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  • 1. Presented by, Ramya Rayee Tps -81
  • 2.  Self-Manages Teams  Process-Improvement Teams  Cross-Functional Teams  Virtual Teams
  • 3. On a personal level  Increase your knowledge.  Develop a sense of camaraderie.  More visible with the organisation  Learn about various management skills used by team leaders.  Improve own project management skills. At the organizational level  Organizations gain a competitive advantage.  Increase productivity.  Improve communication.  Encourage creativity.  Facilitate problem solving  Increase the quality of decisions.
  • 4.  Loss of Control.  Pressure to conform.  Uneven distribution of workload. This Phenomenon also known as “Free riding” or “Social loafting.”
  • 5.  Communication must be open and honest: Members must trust and respect one another.  The team must be cohesive: Members must share and be committed to the team’s goals and vision.  Growth should be fostered: The needs of the individual, the team, and the organization must be considered.  Accomplishments must be recognized: When teams achieve their goals, they should be recognized for their accomplishment.
  • 6. Meetings are the common vehicle through which team plan, report, and coordinate efforts toward reaching their goals. Depending on their jobs and the industries in which they work, managers report spending anywhere from 30 to 60 percent of their time in meeting.
  • 7.  Determine the purpose of the group: The way a group operates is influenced by its purpose.  Determine the purpose of Each Meeting: Hold meetings only when necessary.  Plan the Meeting Agenda: Prepare and distribute the agenda and related materials in advance.
  • 8. Traditional Agenda Group Name Time, Day, and Date of Meeting Location Participants and Guests Call to order Minutes of previous Meeting Reports of Standing Committees Old Business New Business Announcements Adjournment Functional Agenda Group Name Time, Day, and Date of Meeting Location Participants and Guests Action Items Discussion Items Information Items
  • 9.  Select and Prepare the Meeting Facility: Consider site options.  Lead the Group Discussion: Lead the discussion to achieve the group’s purpose.  Encourage Appropriate Participation: Encourage meaningful contributions.  Be Time Conscious: Be aware of time without discouraging discussion.  Resolve Group Conflicts: Resolve conflicts before they damage teamwork.  Maintain Appropriate Records: Records must be maintained and shared in a timely manner.
  • 10.  Prepare to Participate: Participate requires preparation.  Participate Appropriately: Leave personal and work related problems behind.  Listen Effectively: Concentrate on what speakers say.  Take Thorough Notes  Be Courteous: Be courteous and fair to speakers.
  • 11.  E-mail and Groupware  Audio Conferencing  Video Conferencing
  • 12. The composition of a writing team varies with the task to be accomplished. For one message, the team might be you and your supervisor; for another message, the team might consist of people from various departments, computer and research specialists, and an editor.
  • 13.  Step 1: Plan- It is a group effort. Team members analyze the communication situation and agree on the primary and secondary purposes.  Step 2: Draft- Two or more people meet to draft a document, the process becomes inefficient.  Step 3: Finalize- Revising, editing, and proofreading responsibilities are split. The person who drafts the document shares it with members of the team.

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