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TEAMWORK CULTURE. LE HOANG NHAN VO NGOC THANH THAO LE THU QUAN NGUYEN LE BUU TAM. OUTLINE. Introduction Team building behavior Types of Team Developing a good teamwork Conclusion. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT TEAMWORKING ?. Why Have Teams Become So Popular.

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teamwork culture

TEAMWORK CULTURE

LE HOANG NHAN

VO NGOC THANH THAO

LE THU QUAN

NGUYEN LE BUU TAM

outline
OUTLINE
  • Introduction
  • Team building behavior
  • Types of Team
  • Developing a good teamwork
  • Conclusion
why have teams become so popular
Why Have Teams Become So Popular
  • 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 vs group what s the difference
Team VS Group: What’s the Difference

Work Group

A group that interacts primarily to share information and to make decisions to help each group member perform within his or her area of responsibility.

Work Team

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

stages of team development
Stages of Team Development
  • Forming refers to awareness. During this stage, team members are oriented, become committed, and then accept the goals and programs.
  • Storming refers to resolution and development of a feeling of belonging. This stage is characterized by conflict.
  • Norming refers to cooperation and collaboration in which communication is promoted. Members accept the team and develop norms for resolving conflicts, making decisions and completing assignments. Norming is a necessary transition stage. A team can’t move to performing if there is no norming.
  • Performing refers to productivity. The team has developed its relationships, structure and purpose. During this stage problems are solved and interdependence fostered.
  • Adjourning refers to separation. This does not occur if the previous four stages have been successful, with no problems encountered.
individual needs behaviours
Individual Needs Behaviours
  • Shared sense of purpose
  • Support each other
  • Openly communicate
  • Innovation
  • Trustworthy
  • Respect
  • Accountability
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Types of Teams

Problem-Solving Team

Self-Managed Work Team

Cross-Functional Team

Virtual Team

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Problem-Solving Team

DISCUSS

QUALITY

EFFICIENCY

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

SAME DEPARTMENT

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*** TIPS

  • Contribute from their experience and listen to the contributions of others.
  • Encourage and support each others
  • Eliminate extraneous and/or repetitious discussion.
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Self-Managed Work Team

determine, plan, and manage their day-to-day activities

10 -15 members

GOAL

(which is defined

outside the team)

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Cross-Functional Team

ACCOMPLISH A TASK

  • FinanceDepartment
  • MarketingDepartment
  • Operations Department
  • Human resources Department

FROM SAME LEVEL

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Virtual Team

A group of individuals who work across time, space and organizational boundaries with links strengthened by webs of communication technology.

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How to develop good teamwork

Communication

Balance of team

Leadership

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Communication

Interpersonal Interaction

slide19

Communication

Open communication

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Balance of team

Conflict

Peacemakers

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Vision

Leadership

Focus

action planning for team skills development
Action planning for team skills development
  • List the teams you currently work within (seminars, tutorials, fieldwork, project team, study group, peer learning group)
  • What could you do to make the teams more effective? Which roles would you like to develop?
  • Set some time targets and review dates
  • Complete an assessment on your team skills