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Dealing with Informal Groups - Group Dynamics

   Posted On :  18.05.2018 07:18 am

The management cannot wish away the existence of informal organization or groups.

Dealing with Informal Groups
 
The management cannot wish away the existence of informal organization or groups. The only option left with management is to identify groups with their own dynamics, leadership, goals and cultural moorings and manage the same so that the informal organization aids management in the realization of organizational goals.
 
--   A manager can build favorable relationships with informal leaders in several ways:
 
--   He can consult the leaders and seek their advice on technical matters and human relationship problems
 
--   He can request their assistance and cooperation in indoctrinating new members and training them to become competent workers in their job assignments
 
--   Open, two-way communications can be encouraged on a continuous basis for mutual benefit
 
--   A manager must be careful not to reduce the status of the leader in the eyes of his constituents, and especially careful not to show favoritism or partiality.

 

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