MEANING OF TEAM
A group of people with a full set of complementary skills require
complete a task, job or project. A team ...
TEAM V/S GROUP
TEAM:Individuals assembled

GROUP: Persons associated

together or having some unifying
relationship.

toge...
IMPORTANCE OF TEAM
Team work is defined as a “joint action by a group of people, in which
each person sub-ordinate his or ...
4.Team work promotes unity,support and handing when people working
together are ready to give and take help and support on...
Team building can also refer to the process of selecting a team.
1. Team dynamic.
2. Goals.
3. Leadership roles.
4. Types ...
TYPES OF TEAMS

There are four (4) most common forms of teams you are likely to find in
a organization are:

Problem-Solvi...
Cross functional Teams:
Cross function teams are made of employees at about the same
hierarchical level but from different...
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  1. 1. MEANING OF TEAM A group of people with a full set of complementary skills require complete a task, job or project. A team becomes more than just a collection of people when a strong sense of mutual commitment creates synergy, thus generating performance greater than the sum of the performance of its individual members. 1.Operate with a high degree of interdependence. 2. Share authority and responsibility for self-management. 3. Accountable for the collective performance. 4. Work towards the common goal.
  2. 2. TEAM V/S GROUP TEAM:Individuals assembled GROUP: Persons associated together or having some unifying relationship. together in work or activity. Members collective performance determine results. Members responsible for their own contributes. Synergy arises in teams. Individualistic approval do not produces energy. Members recognize their independence and understand both personal and team goals are best accomplished with mutual support. Members feel a sense of ownership for their jobs and unit. Members think they are grouped together for a administrative purpose only. Members contribute to the organization success by applying their unique talents knowledge and gravity to team objectives. Members work in a climate of trust and are encouraged to openly express ideas, opinions, disagreements and feelings. Members realize conflict is a normal aspect of human interaction but they view such situations as an opportunity for new ideas and creativity. Members tend to focus on themselves because they are not sufficiently involved in planning the units objectives. Members are told what to do rather than asked what the best approach would be. Members distrust the motives of colleagues because they do not understand the role of other members. Members find themselves in conflict situations they do not know how to resolve their supervision may put off intervention until serious damage is done.
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF TEAM Team work is defined as a “joint action by a group of people, in which each person sub-ordinate his or her individual interest and opinions to the unity and efficiency. IMPORTANCE: 1.Team work makes you perform better and provide better result. In a team every member is responsible for success. It is a coordination of strengths,covering up the individual weakness. 2.When there is brain storm session to find a solution for a problem there is high probability of obtaining many different and creative ideas. This effort enables the team to obtain many alternatives and implement the best action plan and assign the tasks. 3.Team work helps individuals raise their self-esteem. Every team member feels important and needed.
  4. 4. 4.Team work promotes unity,support and handing when people working together are ready to give and take help and support one another because the main focus is to accomplish their mission. 5.Team work leads to higher quality output, sometimes more than desired level of output. 6.Enhances better decision making process in the favour of organization effectiveness. 7. In team work people find it easy to learn new skills. TEAM BUILDING It is a philosophy of job design in which employess are viewed as members of interdependent teams instead of individual workers. It is a wide range of activities presented to business, schools, sports, religions and non-profit organisations designed for improving team performance.
  5. 5. Team building can also refer to the process of selecting a team. 1. Team dynamic. 2. Goals. 3. Leadership roles. 4. Types of Exercises. 5. Risk. 6. Assessment and feedback. DIFFICULTIES IN TEAM BUILDING 1.Goals,purpose and mission. 2.Roles and responsibilities. 3.Relationships. 4.Leadership. 5. Power and influence. 6. Skills. 7. Communication. 8. Problem-Solving and planning method. 9. Conflict. 10. Progress and results. 11. Creativity and innovation. 12. Motivation, 13. Celebrations.
  6. 6. TYPES OF TEAMS There are four (4) most common forms of teams you are likely to find in a organization are: Problem-Solving Teams:They are typically composed 5-12 employees from the same department who meet for a few hours each week to discuss ways of improving quality efficiency and the work Environment. Self-managed teams: They are generally composed of 10-15 people who take on the responsibilities of their former supervisions. A,Collective control over the place of work. B,Determination on work assigned& Organizational breaks. C, Collective choice of inspection produces used.
  7. 7. Cross functional Teams: Cross function teams are made of employees at about the same hierarchical level but from different work areas, who came together to accomplish tasks. General goals of using cross functional team include some combination of innovation,speed and quality. Virtual Teams: Use computers technology to the tighter physically dispersed members in order to achieve a common goal. They allow people to collaborate online, whether they are only a room. Primary factors: 1. Absence of Para-verbal & non – verbal cues. 2. Limited social context. LEARNING POINTS: Team work is more than a method or a model.The dynamics between the team members is generated by the line of thinking of the members.  Motivation of all the members towards the same goal is needs.  Effective communication channels between team members.  Close interpersonal relations are important and a story compromise by all the team members to achieve the goal. CONCLUSION: Team work, plays a crucial role in organization. It is an organizational measure that displays features both in the national and international companies.

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