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Read and comment the article. At least 200 words.

Read the comment from Jay. Reply his comment. More than 100 words.

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This was a very interesting article and brought certain topics to light that I had never even considered. At first glance, it may seem most logical that the group with the best and brightest individuals, that had a tendency to be very rigid and stay on topic for the duration of the meeting, would in fact be the most productive. Looking at the overall picture, we can see that having an emotional connection with group members, and having the ability to read their emotions, could lead to more effective group work. As an accounting major, I spend a lot of time studying and doing homework in groups. I have been in many different types of groups, with members that never talked of anything other than the assignments relating to school, groups where we only socialized and I left without completing a single assignment, and groups where we balanced socializing with school work. I can say without a doubt, that the group where we talked about our personal lives, as well as school, were my most productive meetings. I think gaining a deeper understanding of the individuals you are working with will allow you to collaborate most efficiently. Also, breaking up the intensity of studying, or compiling financial statements, with a casual conversation, will ultimately lead to more productive meetings in the long run as the article concluded. ...
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agneta
School: New York University

Running head: TEAM WORK

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Team Work
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TEAM WORK
The article was very useful and informative about team work. Just like the article outlines, it is
true that some team work end up successful while others fail. In the case of Rosovsky we see that she
was able to interact with two different groups which gave different results. It is clear in the article that
she w...

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