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This does not apply in DOTS because of its recent conversion from a civil service department to an independent company as the result of a management buyout. The civil service is a hierarchical organisation with a distinct structure and all that is associated with this in terms specific responsibilities, lines of reporting, management, appraisal, etc. This, and the nature of the work involved, encourages much greater segmentation than is the case in the other two settings. Although there is a sense in DOTS that each section of the group has its part to play in the teamwork that produces successful projects, close collaboration tends to take place within specific teams at different levels and people tend to speak to their particular areas of expertise rather than to the more generally distributed topics characteristic of the other two settings.
For the investigation to work, the group members must be entirely new to one another and in an environment where they are free to meet as a distinct group with minimal opportunity for external participants to influence the development of the talk. In this respect Cutting’s choice is inspired, but it is not one that would be viable in a business or professional context. The chances of an entirely new group being brought together in an entirely new environment would be very limited and even then it is very likely that their talk would be embedded in wider interactions within their institution.
The meeting, which usually involves around 10 people, is chaired by the Director of the IEC and follows an agenda, copies of which are provided to participants at the start of the meeting. This, together with the fact that minutes are recorded and forwarded to a university committee as part of the flow of information within the institution, means that the meeting is technically formal rather than informal. The circumstances today, however, are slightly unusual because the Chair is late. At his urging there has been a concerted effort recently to ensure that all meetings start promptly, a circumstance which is possibly unique in the university, where even the most formal meetings seem to allow for a period of about five minutes’ grace.