Group processes: theories and models
Different theories help us understand how groups work. They also provide frameworks for managing groups more effectively.
Summaries of developmental and psychodynamic theories of group processes.
- Developmental theories of group processes
One way of making sense of the sometimes bewildering events which occur in group work, is to assume that there are stages through which a group must develop in reaching a state of `maturity'. Two development models of group behaviour are summarised in this section
- Group Processes: psychodynamic theories
Examples of psychodynamic theories can be found in this section (theories which consider the internal dynamics of groups.)
- People Development and Teamwork
Access a document which summarises key points from Belbin; MBTI and Adair, together with other web-based resources on the theme of teamwork
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