Although groups may experience a certain level of healthy disagreement, this is expected and oftentimes preferred as a means of generating new ideas and challenging previous exhibition of the status quo. However, if there does not exist a like-minded purpose to accomplish work or if there exists key psychological dynamics that make work and agreement and impossibility, the level to which synergy will develop is all but reduced to nothing (Loeb, 2010). As a means of averting key personality differences, it is necessary for the group to have a clear and definitive purpose. As such, although there may be disagreements with regards to how certain items should be completed, the group can always fall back upon its purpose in order to redirect whatever negative energy or emotions may be present.