Management Styles in Relationship to Small Group Output: Let's Standardize Management Practices
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Effective management is something that successful businesses strive to have. Without management, organizational structures would crumble into anarchy. In this senior thesis, an argument is made for an answer to the question, “Is there an organizational structure allows for a significant increase in productivity of small groups compared to other organizational structures.” After looking at the varying roll of small groups in different organizational structures the specific characteristics of the small group are identified and defined as three factors. With the management needs of the small group identified, a method for finding the most effective management structure is then proposed, future research pending.