48422174 groups-and-teams

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48422174 groups-and-teams

  1. 1.  A group is defined as two or more individuals Interacting andinterdependent, who have come togetherto achieve particular objectives.
  2. 2.  Formal and informal groups Command and task groups Interest groups and friendship groups
  3. 3.  Security Status Affiliation Power Goal achievement
  4. 4. Forming Storming Norming Adjourning Performing
  5. 5.  Conformity Adjusting one’s behaviour to align with the standards of the group Status A socially defined position or rank given to groups or group members by others.
  6. 6.  Provide explicit ideas for individuals in the group with respect to: how hard they should work, how to get the job done, their level of output Affect individual employee’s performance
  7. 7.  Work Team A group whose individual efforts result in a performance that is greater than the sum of the individual inputs.
  8. 8.  Problem-Solving Teams Self-Managed Work Teams Cross-Functional Teams
  9. 9. Linker Creator AdviserMaintainer Promoter TEAMController Assessor Producer Organizer
  10. 10.  Individual Focus: no clarity of role improper leadership no expected results Organisational Focus: unclear team goals no methods to hold members accountable no management support
  11. 11.  Teams typically outperform individuals. Teams use employee talents better. Teams are more flexible and responsive to changes in the environment. Teams facilitate employee involvement. Teams are an effective way to democratize and organization and increase motivation
  12. 12.  Each team member will have a clear understanding of his own purpose Each team member is free to assert his autonomy by saying ”no” Each team member assumes responsibility for team’s outcomes and for the current situation Each team member will be honest in making their contribution
  13. 13. CollectiveShare information Goal performance Neutral Synergy Positive Individual Accountability Individual & mutualRandom & varied Skills Complementary

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