Key Components of Team Collaboration. Jo Ann Smith, PhD, CRA – Director of the MRA / Assistant Professor Celeste Munoz - Assistant Director Pre Award Svcs Tamara Gabrus Senior Proposal Manager. Objectives. -Describe when to use teams or not -General team composition considerations
Jo Ann Smith, PhD, CRA – Director of the MRA / Assistant Professor
Celeste Munoz - Assistant Director Pre Award Svcs
Tamara Gabrus Senior Proposal Manager
-Describe when to use teams or not
-General team composition considerations
-Review the six steps for team building
-Review criteria to measure team success
What is a team?
When are teams more effective?
What types of tasks are best for teams?
Composition of the team
Criteria for team members
Selection/recruitment of team members
Assign/delegate problem-solving tasks
Establish a method for creating a consensus
Establish team values and goals to evaluate performance
Encourage listening and brainstorming
Set ground rules for the teams.
Attributes of healthy teams
Productive, engaged, follow through, motivated, trust, open communication, respectful
Attributes of unhealthy teams
Hostility, confusion, apathy, complaints, lack of productivity, not carried through
Klein, Cameron, et al. "Does team building work?." Small Group Research 40.2 (2009): 181-222.
Guide to Managing Human Resource- Chapter 14 http://ucsfhr.ucsf.edu/index.php/pubs/HRGuide/
World Heath Organization, (2007). Team Building: a WHO guide for effective programmes. http://www.who.int/cancer/modules/Team%20building.pdf
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