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TEAMS

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Transcript of TEAMS

Agenda
Experiment
Article 1
The Discipline of Teams

Article 2
Why teams don't work
Article 3
The New Science of Building Great Teams
TEAMS
1) Experiment



1. The Discipline of Teams

2. Why Teams don’t work

3. The New Science of Building Great Teams

4. Sports Teams as a Model for Workplace Teams: Lessons and Liabilities


4) Conclusion
3) Articles:
group with tallest free standing tower wins
Problem statement
What leads to good team performance ?
Working
group
(tutorial)
Team
(team that writes a paper)
Characteristics
Leader
Accountability
Purpose
Work product
Meetings
Performance
measurements

Goals
help a team keep track of
progress, while a broader
purpose
supplies meaning and emotional energy.“

3 classifications
of teams
Recommending
things
Making/doing things
Running things
“A team is a small number of people

with
complementary/equal
skills who are

committed to a common
goal/purpose
, set of

performance
goals/purposes
and approach for

which they hold themselves
mutually/

individually
accountable. "


Summary
What leads to good team performance?


Do you agree with the article?
Your Experience
2) Problem Statement
Article 4
Sports teams as a model for workplace teams
Discuss the fallacies about teams mentioned in the article
1) Do harmonic teams work better?
5 conditions for great team performance
1) Realness
"Every team needs a
deviant
, someone who says, ”Why are we even doing this all?” "

2) Are bigger teams better than smaller ones?
3) Do team members that are very familiar with each other have lower performance?

2) Direction
5) Expert coaching
3) Structure
4) Supportive organization
Summary
How teams can work
Fallacies of teams

Deviant

5 conditions for good performance
What leads to good team performance?


Do you agree with the article?
Break
Perfect Team
Player
Summary
Science of Building Great Teams

Quantifiable, measurable, observable characteristics that lead to high team performance

Certain characteristics of communication that lead to higher performance

Characteristics of a perfect team player
What leads to good team performance?


Do you agree with the article?
Your experience with sports teams
7 lessons
4 Caveats
Article
Motivation
(3)
Structure
(4)
Lesson 1: Integrate cooperation and competition
Summary
Sports teams as a model for workplace teams

7 lessons from sports on how to
motivate
and
structure
a team

4 key caveats to keep in mind

What leads to good team performance?


Do you agree with the article?
Thank you
for your
attention

1) Is energy measured by the number of exchanges among team members?
2) In this display, which member mainly contributes to the team energy?
3) Team member E contributes less informal energy than B, true or false?
4) Engagement is about how teams communicate with one another, true or false?
5) Member E is engaged into communication with three members, true or false?
6) Member C is most probably the natural leader, true or false?
7) Exploration is about how teams communicate with each other, true or false?
8) Internal team energy is highest within team 5, true or false?
9) There is communication between team 7 and 9, true or false?
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