Assistant Professor – MBA, Nehru Institute of Technology, Coimbatore
Individual behavior, is an important form of group activity, consists in action by each member of a group upon the same object and toward the same objective goal. Adequately conceived, the individual's behavior does not terminate in his muscular contractions but includes the objectives results accomplished, which are determined by constraining factors in the environment as well as by the individual's muscular activity. Thus the individual participates in group activity, as he also participates in other environmental happenings such as the motion of a swing. Instead of participation he may offer resistance to environmental forces. The individual becomes adjusted to the objective situation and works toward an objective result, and the members of a team are adjusted to the same situation and work toward the same result.