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Teamwork culture

  1. 1. TEAMWORK CULTURE LE HOANG NHAN VO NGOC THANH THAO LE THU QUAN NGUYEN LE BUU TAM
  2. 2. OUTLINE Introduction Team building behavior Types of Team Developing a good teamwork Conclusion
  3. 3. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUTTEAMWORKING ?
  4. 4. Why Have Teams Become So Popular 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.
  5. 5. Team VS Group: What’s the DifferenceWork GroupA group that interacts primarilyto share information and tomake decisions to help eachgroup member perform withinhis or her area of responsibility.Work TeamA group whose individual effortsresult in a performance that isgreater than the sum of theindividual inputs.
  6. 6. Comparing Work Groups and Work Teams
  7. 7. TEAM BUILDING BEHAVIOR
  8. 8. Stages of Team Development Forming refers to awareness. During this stage, team members are oriented, become committed, and then accept the goals and programs. Storming refers to resolution and development of a feeling of belonging. This stage is characterized by conflict. Norming refers to cooperation and collaboration in which communication is promoted. Members accept the team and develop norms for resolving conflicts, making decisions and completing assignments. Norming is a necessary transition stage. A team can’t move to performing if there is no norming. Performing refers to productivity. The team has developed its relationships, structure and purpose. During this stage problems are solved and interdependence fostered. Adjourning refers to separation. This does not occur if the previous four stages have been successful, with no problems encountered.
  9. 9. Individual Needs Behaviours Shared sense of purpose Support each other Openly communicate Innovation Trustworthy Respect Accountability
  10. 10. TYPES OF TEAMS Problem-Solving Team Self-Managed Work Team Cross-Functional Team Virtual Team
  11. 11. Problem-Solving Team DISCUSS QUALITY EFFICIENCY WORKING ENVIRONMENTSAME DEPARTMENT …
  12. 12. *** TIPS
  13. 13. Self-Managed Work Team determine, plan, and manage theirday-to-day activities 10 -15 members GOAL (which is defined outside the team)
  14. 14. Cross-Functional Team ACCOMPLISH•• Finance Department Marketing Department A TASK• Operations Department• Human resources Department FROM SAME LEVEL
  15. 15. Virtual Team A group of individuals who work across time, space andorganizational boundaries with links strengthened by webs of communication technology.
  16. 16. How to develop good team work
  17. 17. Communication Balance of team Leadership
  18. 18. Interpersonal Interaction
  19. 19. Open communication
  20. 20. Conflict Peacemakers
  21. 21. Leader
  22. 22. Focus
  23. 23. Action planning for team skills development List the teams you currently work within (seminars, tutorials, fieldwork, project team, study group, peer learning group) What could you do to make the teams more effective? Which roles would you like to develop? Set some time targets and review dates Complete an assessment on your team skills

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