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Transcript of Team Development
A group of individuals with a complete set of complementary skills required to complete a project, job or task.
TYPES OF TEAMS?
Combine individuals with different skills that will complement each other to complete a certain task.
Reference and Bibliography
Unknown () Belbin, Available at: http://www.belbin.com (Accessed: 5th March 2014)
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Kate Woodford (2007) Cambridge Learner's Dictionary, 3rd Edition edn., : Cambridge University Press.
Development in less Structured way
No Clear expectation
Less highly structured
Optimum Team Size
Constructed with 5 people
Odd number; prevents deadlock -> Decision
Large enough; avoid individual with fixed view
Small enough to involve everyone
SIZE OF TEAMS:
The size should be:
Popular within the business industry
Up to 8 to 12 employees
Regular intervals to discuss improvements of ways to carry the work out
Circle led by Team Leader
Open to Suggestions
Work together continuously
Roles and Patterns of behaving become established in the team
Recognised as ‘OFFICIAL’
The teams may be Temporary or Permanent
Five to fifteen members
large tovide sufficient resources
Small to function effectively
A leadership skill is important as leader needs to guide and give direction to others enabling them to follow.
Different between management and leadership.
A leadership style is refer to when a person tries to lead other over a period of time. There are 4 different leadership style that are:
-Dynamic and assertive personality
-Intelligent without being brilliant
-Tend to be either of above average height+ or relative small
Belbin’s Team Roles
The Team Roles are separated in three Categories these are:
People Oriented Roles
Action Oriented Roles
Team Roles Categories
Belbin’s offers a common language to help:
Productive work relationship
High performance Teams
Identify talents in workplace
Way to a Success business
As the say leadership skills are important, as well they could contradict other work.
Set to perform task or group of tasks
Formal Management Team
Clarify the nature of task
Allocate clear roles
End of Project; end of Team
Short period of time
Agree on Team plan
Appropriate for task/project
When choosing size of team, remember:
Individuals needed (skills, knowledge and quality)
Speed of Decision Making
If the team is
members of the team will find
Same for supervisors -