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1. Identification: All organizational groupings give rise to a shared common identity.

This consists of the company's basic values, its goals and behavior patterns. 2. Interdependence: This is the level to which work teams share responsibility and are dependent on each other. In other words how well resources are shared. 3. Power Differentiation: Members exhibit power play in their interactions. This is negative and leads to conformity or suppression of behavior. 4. Social Distance: Language can be used to display social closeness to team members. This invokes reciprocal feelings and can result in a group becoming cohesive. 5. Conflict Management Tactics: Teams have diversity and show independence. This conflict is unavoidable and even desirable if handled well. 6. Negotiation Process: Conflict resolution involves talking and negotiating. The ways a team could approach this are win-win and win-lose.