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Guest Lecture on Group Dynamics and Leadership at Alva’s MBA Department

Published On : 13 Mar 2018   |  Reported By : media release

Mangaluru: Dr Raghavendra Holla, Manager, Mangalore Special Economic Zone delivered a guest lecture on “Group Dynamics and Leadership” at the Department of Business Administration in Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mijar – Moodbidri on 10th March.

In an interactive session, Mr Holla involved students in various activities to make them understand the importance and relevance of group dynamics. He said, “In a group with poor group dynamics, people's behavior disrupts work. As a result, the group may not come to any decision, or it may make the wrong choice, because group members could not explore options effectively.” Further he added, “Teams that lack focus or direction can quickly develop poor dynamics, as people struggle to understand their role in the group.”

Dean MBA Prof P Ramakrishna Chadaga gave introductory remarks. The programme was coordinated by Dr Nadendra S.

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