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    • Team Work
  • Group Vs Team Discusses, decides, and does real work together Discusses, decides and delegates Measures performance directly by accessing collective work-products Measures its effectiveness indirectly by its influence on others Encourages open-ended discussion and active problem-solving meetings Runs efficient meetings Collective work products Individual work-products Specific team purpose that the team itself delivers The group’s purpose is the same as the broader organizational mission Individual and mutual accountability Individual accountability Shared leadership roles Strong, clearly focused leader Team Working Group
  • Questions??
    • Can Teams work?
    • How does it help in business?
    • What makes a good team?
  • So What is a Team?
    • Cohesive unit of people who enjoy the
    • privileges of making decisions and
    • continuously work to improve the
    • organization
    • The team helps to align the organization around the functions
    • Ability to work toward a common vision
    • Definition of teamwork:
      • Teamwork is the concept of people working together as a team for one specific purpose under the same value and languages.
  • Why do Teams Fail?
    • Teams fail when they are not given authority
    • Teams fail when they do not understand how to use their combined abilities
    • Teams fail because of vested interests
    • Teams fail when they do not understand team working
    • Exercise
  • Team Developement
  • Details of Team Developement
    • Forming
    • During the forming stage there is a period of uncertainty in which members try to determine their place in the group and the rules and procedures of the group
    • Storming
    • During the storming stage conflicts begin to arise as members resist the influence of the group and rebel against accomplishing the task
    • Norming
    • During the norming stage the group establishes cohesiveness and commitment, discovering new ways to work together and setting norms for appropriate behaviour
    • Performing
    • During the performing stage the group develops proficiency in achieving its goals and becomes more flexible in its patterns of working together
  • Stages of Team Development
    • Forming: members get acquainted,
      • Know team purpose & boundaries,
      • Establish trust
      • Achieve clarity of direction.
    • Storming: members “fight” to stay together
      • Learn to disagreements and manage conflict.
      • Improve processes,
      • Recognizing team achievements
      • Learn to achieve win/win relationships.
  • Stages of Team Development (cont.)
    • Conforming : create cohesion & unity,
      • Differentiate roles,
      • Identify expectations,
      • Enhance commitment.
      • Provide supportive feedback and foster commitment.
    • Performing: accomplish goals
      • Achieve continuous improvement, innovation, speed, flexibility and competence.
      • Encourage, sponsor and facilitate implementation of new ideas, extraordinary performance.
  • What Makes a Good Team?
    • Knowledgeable people from all relevant departments
    • Between 6 and 10 members
    • A clear, documented purpose
    • An open, pleasant environment
    • Well planned and structured meetings
    • The support of superiors and subordinates
  • Benefits of Team Work
    • achieve more than an isolated individual
    • combines knowledge and skills
    • creates co-operative action
    • makes best use of individual strengths
    • mutual support & learning on difficult problems
    • common ownership of actions & decisions
    • increases individual contribution / overcomes domination
    • creates business development momentum
  • Team Leader’s role
    • ensure administration & discipline are maintained
    • check progress towards objectives
    • keep the focus / summarise as needed
    • encourage full participation / prevent domination
    • end meeting with a review of conclusions
    • make sure all accept actions as agreed
    • make sure minutes get issued promptly / accurate
    • get feedback on meetings success (or otherwise)
  • Finally…
    • Coming together is a beginning.
    • Keeping together is progress.
    • Working together is success.
    • Henry Ford
    • Q/A???
    • Thank You