PROCESSES RELATED WITH TASKS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MILITARY MICROGROUPS
University of Bucharest
The activity in the military microgroups is based on a flexible set of processes that interact in order to achieve the objectives of the military organization and to adjust the military microstructures in line with the change of the internal and external environments. There is no single set of basic processes, with which researchers agree. A model specific to micro-groups was presented by Salas (2005), in the attempt to capture its essential processes. Believing in the importance of the military micro-group goals against those of its members is very important in order to anticipate the needs of the others to anticipate the emergence of the support behavior. In addition, anticipation and support create the possibility of reallocating the military micro-group resources. Strength and consistency of these,, ways ", or interaction relationships can be explained by the fact that these micro-groups are more successful when soldiers are fully aware that they are dependent on each other, under the conduct of missions in an unsafe and dangerous environment, where anything can happen. In these micro-groups, this variable -attitudinal orientation (vision) of the micro-group is an important activity, affecting the efficiency of the military micro- groups.
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2. C. Ilie (2011). Processes related with task and their effects on the effectiveness of the military microgroups. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology, vol. 2, no3, pp. 4-17, 2011.
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