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Groups And Teams:

Groups And Teams

Groups:

Groups A group is defined as two or more individuals Interacting and interdependent, who have come together to achieve particular objectives .

Types of groups:

Types of groups Formal and informal groups Command and task groups Interest groups and friendship groups

Why People Join Groups?:

Why People Join Groups? Security Status Affiliation Power Goal achievement

The Five-Stage Model:

The Five-Stage Model

Group Structure:

Group Structure Conformity Adjusting one’s behaviour to align with the standards of the group Status A socially defined position or rank given to groups or group members by others.

Group Structure - Performance Norms:

Group Structure - Performance Norms Provide explicit ideas for individuals in the group with respect to: how hard they should work, how to get the job done, their level of output Affect individual employee’s performance

Team:

Team Work Team A group whose individual efforts result in a performance that is greater than the sum of the individual inputs.

Types of Teams:

Types of Teams Problem-Solving Teams Self-Managed Work Teams Cross-Functional Teams

Key Roles Of Team:

Key Roles Of Team Linker Creator Promoter Assessor Organizer Producer Controller Maintainer Adviser TEAM

Failure Of Teams:

Failure Of Teams Individual Focus: no clarity of role improper leadership no expected results Organisational Focus: unclear team goals no methods to hold members accountable no management support

Importance Of A Team:

Importance Of A Team 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

Team Effectiveness:

Team Effectiveness Each team member will have a clear understanding of his own purpose Each team member is free to assert his autonomy by saying ”no” Each team member assumes responsibility for team’s outcomes and for the current situation Each team member will be honest in making their contribution

Comparing Groups And Teams:

Comparing Groups And Teams Share information Goal Neutral Synergy Individual Accountability Random & varied Skills Collective performance Positive Individual & mutual Complementary

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