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Workgroup

This work unit consists of a group of people who may work together and may all do essentially the same kind of work but who are not dependent on each other for information and skills needed to accomplish the job. For instance, the regional sales managers of a large national company would constitute a workgroup, even though they aren’t located in the same office. In a human resources department of a large organization, all staff members with responsibilities for administering benefits could be considered a workgroup. They all perform similar or related tasks, but the amount of work is too large for one person.


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