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HBO Presentation

Work Teams & Groups

Rj Roslin

on 31 January 2014

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Work Teams & Groups
Group output and productivity are essential concerns of people managing organization. This is expected because whatever the groups do, the organization is affected.
What are Groups
A group may be define as two or more persons, interacting and interdependent, who have come together to achieve certain objectives.
Types of Teams
Problem Solving team
Self - managed work teams
Cross functional teams
Virtual team
Turning Individual into Teams Players
Teams players are indispensable human assests of many organizations, and these organization
Chapter 7
Work Teams & Groups
Formal Group
Informal Groups
This one is defined by the organizations structure, with designated work assignment and establish tasks.
This group tyupe is neither formally structured nor organizationally determined.
Task Group
Command Group

A group composed of individual who report directly to a certain manager.
An interest group is one that is formed because of some special topic interest
Interest Group
Friendship Group
It is that kind of group consisting of persons working together to complete a job task.
is one where members are brought together because they share one or more common characteristic such as age, political beliefs, or ethnic background.
Types of Formal Group
Type of Informal Group
Why people form groups
Need satisfaction
Stages of group Development
Groups are like people, they learn and they develop. How they evolve may be seen through a presentation of a standardized sequence in the development groups.
Sequence consists of different stages as follows:
The forming stage
The storming stage
The norming stage
Theperforming stage
The Adjouring stage
Role within groups
Knowledge Contribution
Process Obersever
People Supporter
Group efforts can be made more effectiveif relecant roles are played within the groups.
Any group would largerly benefit from a member who plays this role.
The person occupying this role forces members to look at how the group functions.
Some group members are not emotionally strong to face the various difficulties heaped upon them ub the performance of their functions.
The group needs someone who confronts and challenges bad ideas.
There is a need for someone to listen to whatever ideas or proposals presented by any members of the group.
It is not uncommon for group members to get involved in disputes between each other.

There is always a chance that one or two overeager members will dominate discussions.
Take Charge Leader
There are occasions when a group has no appointed leaser or if there is one, he could not play his role for one reason or another.
Techniques in Group Decision Making :
Interacting Groups
Nominal Group Technique
Electronic Meeting
The available options consists of the ff.
Potencial Team Problems
Even teams encounter problems which can affect their effectiveness. Two notable team problems involve in the ff.
Changing Membership
Social Loafing
Changing Membership
Newly formed teams need time to turn into mature groups. However, this could be disrupted by frequent changes in its composition.
Social Loafing
Refers to the tendency for individuals to expend less effort when working collectivity than when working individual
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