C – Findings from application of self-evalution protocol

7 Priming of autonomous motivation

Group self-evaluation affects group dynamics because it reveals individual contributions. This provides a sense of fairness and makes working together less threatening. We probed what it does to perceptions of autonomy: do members see more choice, have more enjoyment, and find the task more valuable? Read more.

8 Is it worth the effort?

Paying attention to the functioning of groups requires additional time, an element that many organizations (education, business, public services, etc) say they lack. That’s something the group members have to figure out for themselves. However, there is no book, no periodical, no school program, no business guide, that does not mention that working together is important. Read more.