Lokesh
Soujanya
Prarthana
Gourav
karan
TEAMWORK
TEAMWORK
TEAMWORK
Introduction
Qualities
Teamwork
Advantages
Teamwork
Absence/No
Teamwork
TEAMWORK
Committee -- a group of people who take minutes to waste hours.
Team -- a group of people who are committed to the attainm...
TEAMWORK
Innovator
• generate ideas and concepts; often impractical but stimulating
Worker
• practical; buckles down to ge...
Resource
investigator:
• explores resources
and ideas outside the
group; may
overextend and
increase complexity
but improv...
TEAMWORK
Willing to make financial sacrifices
for the team.
Willing to keep growing for the
sake of the team.
Willing to e...
TEAMWORK
Reduced costs
Quality of result has improved and service provided
Increases employee involvement
Reduces absentee...
TEAMWORK
• Rotten attitudes, left alone, ruin everything
• There’s only one thing more contagious than a good attitude – a...
TEAMWORK
Impact of aWeak Link
•The stronger members identify the weak ones
•The stronger members have to help the weak one...
TEAMWORK
• 70% of
other
cultures in
the world are
more team-
oriented
• Global
competition
demands we
make today’s
organiz...
TEAMWORK
70% of other
cultures in the
world
are more team-
oriented
Global competition
demands we
make today’s
organizatio...
TEAMWORK
Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.
-Henry Ford
Organizati...
TEAMWORK
Wrong Person/Wrong Place = Regression
Wrong Person/Right Place = Frustration
Right Person/Wrong Place = Confusion...
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  1. 1. Lokesh Soujanya Prarthana Gourav karan TEAMWORK
  2. 2. TEAMWORK TEAMWORK Introduction Qualities Teamwork Advantages Teamwork Absence/No Teamwork
  3. 3. TEAMWORK
  4. 4. Committee -- a group of people who take minutes to waste hours. Team -- a group of people who are committed to the attainment of a common objective, who work well together and enjoy doing so, and who produce high quality results. Teams do not just happen. They are developed through a deliberate, planned process. TEAMWORK
  5. 5. TEAMWORK Innovator • generate ideas and concepts; often impractical but stimulating Worker • practical; buckles down to get the job done but may lack vision Evaluator • analyzes ideas and feasibility, can process complex data but may dominate too much with practicalities
  6. 6. Resource investigator: • explores resources and ideas outside the group; may overextend and increase complexity but improves external contacts. Completer: • concerned about keeping on schedule and completing Free Rider: • See if others will pick up the slack TEAMWORK
  7. 7. TEAMWORK Willing to make financial sacrifices for the team. Willing to keep growing for the sake of the team. Willing to empower others for the sake of the team. Willing to make difficult decisions for the sake of the team.
  8. 8. TEAMWORK Reduced costs Quality of result has improved and service provided Increases employee involvement Reduces absenteeism and improves continuity Reduces conflict Enhances creativity and innovation Creates better adaptability and flexibility in the organization
  9. 9. TEAMWORK • Rotten attitudes, left alone, ruin everything • There’s only one thing more contagious than a good attitude – and that’s a bad attitude. • Disagreements do not lead to productivity • Members do not attend meetings or disrupt when they do attend • Silence is the norm • You wish you were in another team • No one acknowledges that the team has a problem
  10. 10. TEAMWORK Impact of aWeak Link •The stronger members identify the weak ones •The stronger members have to help the weak one •The stronger member come to resent the weak one •The stronger members become less effective •The stronger members question the leader’s ability
  11. 11. TEAMWORK • 70% of other cultures in the world are more team- oriented • Global competition demands we make today’s organizations more flat and flexible • Must reduce the bureaucracy
  12. 12. TEAMWORK 70% of other cultures in the world are more team- oriented Global competition demands we make today’s organizations more flat and flexible Must reduce the bureaucracy
  13. 13. TEAMWORK Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. -Henry Ford Organizations that Survive in the Twenty-first Century will be Characterized by Teamwork
  14. 14. TEAMWORK Wrong Person/Wrong Place = Regression Wrong Person/Right Place = Frustration Right Person/Wrong Place = Confusion Right Person/Right Place = Progression Right People/Right Places = Multiplication

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