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Creativity and Team Building


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Creativity and Team Building

  1. 1. MGMT 302-VL2
  2. 2. Creativity
  3. 3. Individual Creativity Domain-relevant skills Creativity-relevant skills Task Motivation
  4. 4. Domain-relevant Skills, knowledge, and talent people have in a particular area (artists, architects, engineers, surgeons, etc)
  5. 5. Creativity-relevant Cognitive styles that encourage creativity and knowledge about creativity techniques  Cognitive styles
  6. 6. Task Motivation Intrinsic Motivation
  7. 7. Group Creativity Strengths Problems
  8. 8. Techniques Brainstorming Brainwriting Nominal group technique
  9. 9. Brainstorming Four Basic Rules  Criticisms are strictly forbidden  Free thinking and wild notions are encouraged  Numerous ideas are sought  Combining & building on the ideas of others is good s
  10. 10. Multiple-Stage CreativityApproaches  Uses a time buffer  Eliminates the “on the spot” expectation of creativity in groups
  11. 11. Team Building and TeamTraining Organizational Development Intervention  Ongoing activity
  12. 12. When to do Team Building Criteria for an effective team m5vU0FU&feature=related Criteria for ineffective teams
  13. 13. Team Building Programs  Goal Setting  Role Definition  Interpersonal Process Skills  Cohesion Building  Problem Solving
  14. 14. Team Training Focuses on:  Task-related skills & knowledge  Teamwork skills  Knowledge of the skills and roles of other team members  Process improvement sills
  15. 15. Types of Team Training Team Resource Management (TRM) Cross-Training & Interpositional Action Learning
  16. 16. TRM Used to develop a defined set of teamwork competencies for teams operating under stressful situations Combines classroom training with simulator practice with feedback bscBuu4m2hbmbm/apollo_13_1995_ke n_in_the_simulator/
  17. 17. Cross-Training/Interpositional Cross-training  Team members are trained in technical skills of two or more jobs ○ Allows teams flexibility to respond to the changing work environment (job promotions/vacancies)
  18. 18. Interpositional Positional Clarification Positional Modeling Positional Rotation  Creates awareness of team members’ roles
  19. 19. Action Learning Focuses to develop teams that can analyze and solve real-life problems Combines training with innovative solution development to existing organizational problems
  20. 20. Summary Creativity Team Building/Team Training