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  1. The Discipline of TeamsJon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith Presented By: Bobby Pfennigs Mohamed Alzabidi

  2. Definition “A team is a small number of people with complimentary skills who are committed to a common purpose, set of performance goals, and an approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable”

  3. Are Teams the same as Groups?

  4. NO!!

  5. What’s the Difference between Work Groups and Teams?

  6. Work Groups • Strong clearly focused leader • Individual accountability • Purpose is same as organization’s mission • Individual work products • Runs efficient meetings • Measures its effectiveness indirectly by its influence on others (such as financial performance of business) • Discusses decides and delegates

  7. Teams • Shared leadership roles • Individual and mutual accountability • Specific team purpose that team delivers • Collective work products • Encourages open-ended discussions and active problem solving meetings • Measures performance directly by assessing collective work products • Discusses decides and does real work together

  8. Footholds for Team • Specific team performance goals/objectives • Clear communication/constructive conflict • Attainability of specific goals • Small wins that lead to broader purpose • Challenging goals • Effective size and skill mix

  9. Skill Requirements • Technical or functional Expertise • Problem Solving and Decision Making • Interpersonal

  10. Three Types of Teams • Teams that recommend things • Teams that make or do things • Teams that run things

  11. Questions? Comments?