Teamwork perspective management


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Teamwork perspective management

  1. 1. TEAMWORK “Together Everyone Accomplishes MoreWith Organizational Responsibility and Knowledge.” Group 17 : Priyadarshany Parab Vishal Ubale Hitesh Chaudhary Kinnar Majithia Pranay Phulkar Dhiraj Tiwari
  2. 2. What is a team?Group of people working towards a specific goal…
  3. 3. Group Vs TeamGroup Team Has a designated strong Shares or rotates leadership leader roles Holds team accountable to each Holds individual accountable other Has individual work products Has collective work products Effectiveness measured by Effectiveness measured by impact on business assessing collective work
  4. 4. Types of TeamsFormalInformalSelf-directedVirtual/Global
  5. 5. Formal Team
  6. 6. Informal Team Teams form out of common concern and interestsLeaders emerge frommembership and notappointed by organization
  7. 7. Self-directed TeamTeam as a whole decides on how to achieve a goalUsually no manager or leader
  8. 8. Virtual/Global TeamNew approach of teamworkEffective formation of team and collaborationbetween team members
  9. 9. Team Characteristics Size Diversity Member Roles
  10. 10. Team SizeSmall Team (2-5 Members) Large Team (10 Or More)Free – Rider / Social Loafer
  11. 11. Team DiversityHeterogeneous andHomogeneous teamFunctional diversityGender diversity
  12. 12. Member Roles Task specialist Roles Socioemotional roles• Initiate Ideas • Encourage• Give Opinions • Harmonize• Seek Information • Reduce Tension• Summarize • Follow• Energize • Compromise
  13. 13. Team Processes
  14. 14. Stages of Team DevelopmentForming - Period of OrientationStorming - Individual personalities emerge
  15. 15. Stages (contd..)Norming - Conflicts resolved, team cohesion developedPerforming - Problem solving, achieving accomplished taskAdjourning - Strong cohesiveness amongst team members
  16. 16. Stages Summarized Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning
  17. 17. Team CohesivenessDeterminantsConsequences
  18. 18. DeterminantsTeam Interaction Shared GoalsPersonal Attraction
  19. 19. ConsequencesMorale Productivity
  20. 20. MOTOROLA MOTO RAZR Team Cohesiveness + Management Support
  21. 21. Team Norms Critical Primacy EventsCarryover ExplicitBehaviors Statements
  22. 22. Managing ConflictsConflict refers to antagonistic interaction in which one party attempts to block the intention or goals of another
  23. 23. Causes of ConflictScarce Resources Communication Breakdown
  24. 24. Causes of Conflict (contd..) Personality Clashes Goal Differences
  25. 25. Conflict Handling Styles
  26. 26. NegotiationType of conflict managementTypes Interrogative Negotiation Distributive Negotiation
  27. 27. Rules For Reaching Win-Win Solution•Separate the people fromproblem•Focus on interest and not oncurrent demands•Generate many alternativesfor mutual gain•Insist that results be based onobjective standards
  28. 28. Work Team EffectivenessProductive outputSatisfaction of membersCapacity to adapt and learn