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Team Development

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Leticia Claudino

on 1 April 2014

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Transcript of Team Development

What is a TEAM?
A group of individuals with a complete set of complementary skills required to complete a project, job or task.


TYPES OF TEAMS?
Cohesive Team
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)

Unknown () Team, Available at: http://www.businessdictionary.com/ (Accessed: 5th March 2014)

Unknown (2006) Belbin's Team Roles, Available at: http://catadv.files.wordpress.com/ (Accessed: 5th March 2014)

Kate Woodford (2007) Cambridge Learner's Dictionary, 3rd Edition edn., : Cambridge University Press.
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Formal Teams
Quality Circle
Informal Team
Temporary Teams
INFORMAL TEAMS
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Development in less Structured way
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No Clear expectation
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Less highly structured
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Not ‘Official’
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Less rule-bound


Optimum Team Size
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Constructed with 5 people
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Odd number; prevents deadlock -> Decision
Making

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Large enough; avoid individual with fixed view
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Small enough to involve everyone
SIZE OF TEAMS:
The size should be:

TEMPORARY TEAMS
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Important to:
Quality Circle
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Popular within the business industry
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Up to 8 to 12 employees
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Regular intervals to discuss improvements of ways to carry the work out
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Circle led by Team Leader
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Open to Suggestions

PERMANENT TEAMS
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Work together continuously
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Ongoing
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Roles and Patterns of behaving become established in the team

Formal Team
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Specific Purpose
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Specific Tasks
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Recognised as ‘OFFICIAL’

TEAM DEVELOPMENT
The teams may be Temporary or Permanent
Permanent Teams
Size:
Optimum
Modern
Large
Modern Team
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Five to fifteen members
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large tovide sufficient resources
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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.
Leadership Styles
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:
Leadership Skills
-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:

Cerebral Roles
People Oriented Roles
Action Oriented Roles
Team Roles Categories
Bassit
Tatiana
Jesse
Leticia
Monitor Evaluator
Shaper
Coordinator
Plant

Recruitment decisions

Belbin’s offers a common language to help:
Productive work relationship
High performance Teams
Self-awareness
Personal Effectiveness
Identify talents in workplace
LEADERSHIP
Way to a Success business
As the say leadership skills are important, as well they could contradict other work.
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Set to perform task or group of tasks
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Clear Expectation
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More Rules
Manager

Formal Management Team
Clarify the nature of task
Allocate clear roles
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End of Project; end of Team
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Short period of time
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Agree on Team plan
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Appropriate for task/project
When choosing size of team, remember:
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Individuals needed (skills, knowledge and quality)
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Task/Project
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Speed of Decision Making
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Communication
Large Teams
If the team is
too big
members of the team will find
difficult
to
manage
themselves
successfully
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Same for supervisors -
harder
to
manage
employees.
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