Share
Explore BrainMass

Are unions formed because of group norms operating within the organization's norms are rigid or unfair?

1. Must group norms conform to the organization's norms, and can the leadership of the organization minimize or change a group's norms?

2. Are unions formed because of group norms operating within the organization's norms are rigid or unfair?

Solution Preview

Answer to both questions are as following:

Q1 It is desired that group norms conform to the organization's norms so that organization effectiveness could be increased. At least it is expected that both are not working at cross purposes and others see them ...

Solution Summary

Two paragraphs -- one for each question -- give you this OTA's thoughts.

$2.19