Book 2: Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business by Meyer (will upload) CH 4,5,6,8
Chapter 8 (Group Communication) of the Dainton Zelley textbook explains how useful Adaptive Structuration Theory is for virtual groups. Of the other three theories in this chapter, which do you think would also be useful for virtual groups? Why? (APA Format, 1 page)
Case Study: Losing Hope
“Case Study 9: Losing Hope” (Dainton & Zelley, pp. 171-173). Your assignment for Week Three consists of developing a thorough essay that addresses the questions 1-5 on page 173.
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Apart from Adaptive Structuration Theory, Symbolic Convergence Theory is also suitable for virtual groups. Adaptive Structuration Theory focuses on the process and how the interactions between the group members in norms of communication. On the other hand, symbolic convergence focuses on the development process of a group consciousness, emotions, emotions, and meanings. In this context, the two theories are more about creating grounds for better interaction and communication in the group. Effective virtual groups need an identity and behavioral norms. In this context, the cooperation in the group is well structured and grounded on behavior and rules....
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