MCM311 GDB Solution & Discussion Last Date:18-01-2017
Semester “Fall 2016”
Communication Skills (MCM301)
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Group Meetings have two core purposes: to present information and to solve problems. Apparently both purposes ensue in all these type of meetings. But it has been observed that some members do not show their consensus on the issues in decision making process during these meetings. So the achievement of mentioned purposes can be possible or not.
What is your viewpoint in this regard? Discuss it with the help of pros and cons of group meetings along with the example of such meetings.
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