Groups in the workplace play a critical role in shaping the future of an organization. A group is either formal or informal in nature. Formal groups are established by official authorities of the company to attain a specified objective while informal groups are established by workers as per their likes and prejudices. The two types of groups exhibit a number of differences.
First of all, formal xxx are purposely xxx by the xxx of the xxx to execute a xxx obligation, whilst informal groups are created by xxx out of their xxx. In xxx of xxx, formal xxx are relatively xxx while xxx groups are xxx small because subgroups can be formed out of one informal group. The xxx design of a xxx group is xxx defined and in hierarchy form, whereas informal groups possess no structure. The xxx of individuals in xxx formal xxx is defined by the xxx they hold in the group xxx in informal groups, each xxx is equally important as the other (White, Currie & Lockett, 2016). Additionally, the xxx between xxx of a formal xxx is strictly xxx since they xxx meet to discuss and accomplish the set goals. On the other hand, in an informal group, xxx are xxx relationships xxx members are xxx to share their opinions, problems, and the experiences they encounter. Managers should pay attention to informal groups because although such groups are hard to manage, they play vital roles in the well being of the organization (Rajwani, Lawton, & Phillips, 2015). If properly utilized, informal groups can play a significant