I think Group Think LO29223

From: Ellery July (ejuly@NWAF.org)
Date: 09/23/02

Replying to LO29198 --

Group Think is less the norm then it was a few years.

Interestingly there are so good benefits to group think: Crime is bad and
mistreating workers will produce inferior products over time are two group
think items which I adhere.

The real discussion should be about how group think (at times) can improve
your services and/or when it hinders listening and learning new ideals.

ellery july
Northwest Area Foundation
phone - 651-225-3895

Mission: Helping communities reduce poverty
-----Original Message-----

>The other day I had the privilege to train a few kind people in our
>approach to problem solving with teams and I found an old sheet. It

>"Group think
> Symptoms:


"Ellery July" <ejuly@NWAF.org>

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