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    Discuss the differences between a group and a team include the importance of workplace diversity in an organization and how it relates to team dynamics in the workplace.

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    A group is a number of people put together to achieve a common goal. A group may work together but the experience is not enjoyable for all members of the group and they tend to not work as well together as a team. A team is a number of people put together because of their skill set to achieve a desired result. A team usually has a mutual commitment to the common goal. ...

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    The differences between a group and a team are explained. The importance of workplace diversity in an organization and how it relates to team dynamics in the workplace are also explained.

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