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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Karina Gibadullina
The Impact of Management Roles on Group Work
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
This paper examines relationships between group and team leader and is dedicated to propose ways of solving the issue of managing group effectiveness in the context of management roles theory.

The main aim for this paper is to analyze the consequences of the managerial roles dominance, assessment of their impact on the effectiveness of group activities and development a set of recommendations which will help in managing group effectiveness using of role models of management. Within the framework of the study based on the analysis of theoretical data from various sources about weaknesses and strengths of different managerial roles, suggestions regarding the consequences of the impact of their dominance on the selected parameters of group effectiveness have been offered. In the second part of the work, the assumptions were verified by conducting a controlled experiment, and based on the findings, conclusions have been drawn.

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