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  • 1. IE20403Business ManagementWEEK 6
    MohdYuszrenYusak
    Menara 8A
  • 2. Managing Teams
    Consist of small number of people with complementary skills, who hold mutually accountable to pursue a common purpose
  • 3. definition
    Computer programmers- working on separate projects in the same department is not a team.
    To be a team the programmers should share the responsibility of producing quality and amount of computer codes to produce the software/projects.
  • 4. usage
    Teams are used to respond to specific challenges and problems.
    The army uses ‘special forces’ team to achieve specific objectives.
  • 5. The US Special Forces
     Elite highly-trained military, police or civilianparamilitary tactical teams that conduct specialized operations : 
    special reconnaissance (SR), 
    surveillance, 
    sniping, 
    guerrilla warfare, 
    unconventional warfare (UW), 
    foreign internal defence (FID), 
    direct action (DA) 
    counter-terrorism (CT)actions.
  • 6. Special Forces history
    Special forces have played an important role throughout the history of warfare whenever the aim has been to achieve disruption by "hit and run" and sabotage, rather than more traditional conventional army combat using large formations of troops and motorized armour groups.
    Other significant roles lay in reconnaissance, providing essential intelligence from close to or among the enemy, and increasingly in combating terrorists, their infrastructure and activities.
  • 7. The need for special forces team to go behind enemy lines to create havoc and brought terror to the enemy. Psychologically good for the war morale.
    US war of independence (1775–1783), world war II –Doolittle Raid over Japan (18th April 1942)
    Specific team for specific task proven to work
  • 8. Advantage of teams-applied to all activities
    Improve satisfaction towards goal achievement
    Quality of results-small teams less friction
    Speed & efficiency –utilization of resources
    Job satisfaction from jobs
    Better decision making- different perspective provides good insights towards issue,more solutions
  • 9. disadvantage
    High turnover-teams aren’t for everyone, scrutinize (inspect critically)
    Social loafing- withhold effort and fail to perform their share of work
    Disadvantage of group decision making-group think leads to poor decision, minority domination –restrictions for others-does not feel accountable.
  • 10. That’s why James Bond works alone!
    Focused on the job
    Commitment
    Always gets the job done-
    no matter what.
    “For Queen & Country”
    I am committed to my duty!
  • 11. Use or not to use teams
    Use teams when….
    Clear, engaging reason or purpose
    Job can’t be done unless people work together
    Reward for teamwork
    Ample resource available
    Clear authority for teams to manage and change
    Don’t use teams when..
    Isn’t clear, engaging reasons or purpose
    Job can be done independently
    Rewards only for individual effort
    Resources are not available
    Management will continue to monitor and influence how work gets done