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    Presented By HighlyEffective Team

    Members:-

    1)Stanley Carvalho 07

    2)Sagar Chavan 08

    3)Ashwin Chettiar 094)Harshad Jadhav 16

    5)Rohan Koli 23

    6)Salim Ujjainwala 57

    TEAM WORK

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    Thousands of Studies

    On Team Behaviors,

    Morale, Motivations

    We are interested in

    doing this presentation

    by team work.

    BUT

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    Allof these based on

    Recognize and understand group

    dynamics and development.

    Understand the difference

    between groups and teams.

    Understand how to organize

    effective teams.

    Recognize and address commonbarriers to team effectiveness.

    Build and maintain cohesive

    teams.

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    Lets focus on FourCritical Behaviors

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    You just need to rememberthis word

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    Butnot this kind

    Its a kind that make

    your team fly high

    in auto pilot mode

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    P-O-L-C Framwork

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    Group Dynamic

    What is a Group?

    Types of Groups:

    1)Formal

    2)Informal

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    Stages of the Group Development

    Model

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    Objectives

    y Learn about the five stages of team

    development

    y

    Recognize the characteristics and challengesencountered at each stage of development

    y Learn about ways in which team leaders and

    other members can help teams move through

    the stages of team development

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    Definition: They are generally new teams thatare learning how to work together

    Characteristics: Members tend to betentative and polite and to have little conflict

    Critical skills and activities: Teams need toidentify their purpose,develop group norms,identify group processes, define roles, buildrelationships and trust

    Role of facilitator/leader: They usually need astrong leader who can help the team gothrough its forming activities

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    Definition: They have moved past theearly forming stages and are nowencountering some disagreementsand/or conflict. This is natural, butteams need to find effective ways tohandle conflict before they can moveon to next stage.

    Group characteristics: Members atthis stage tend to exhibit increasedconflict, less conformity andjockeying for power.

    Critical skills and activities:Theyneed to learn how to resolve conflict;clarify their roles, power, and structure;and build consensus through re-visitingpurpose.

    Role ofleader(s): They need leadersand other team members who are

    willing to identify issues and resolveconflict.

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    Definition: They have successfully movedout of the storming stage and are ready to

    move to a higher level of communication and

    problem-solving.Group characteristics: Members of thisstage demonstrate an improved ability to

    complete tasks, solve problems, resolve

    conflict.

    Critical skills and activities: They need

    to learn to engage in more sophisticatedproblem-solving and decision-making,

    continue the use of effective strategies for

    conflict resolution and take greater levels of

    responsibility for their roles

    Role of leader(s): They become less

    directive, team members feel empowered,and multiple leaders emerge

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    Definition: They at the highest level of performanceand can process their strengths and weaknesses while

    accomplishing their goals.

    Group characteristics: Team takes a flexibleapproach to roles and structures depending on the

    task at hand. The team is able to evaluate its

    effectiveness and views conflict is viewed as an

    opportunity. Stage 4 teams tend to be energetic,

    creative, and fun!

    Critical skills and activities: They need to holdhigh expectations for their performance. They often

    use sub-groups as well as the large group for

    decision-making and task completion. Teams also

    recognize the need to ensure that all members are in

    agreement with the role and purpose of sub-groups.

    Role of Leader: Here, its often difficult to identifythe leader, because everyone is sharing in leadership.

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    Stage Theme Issue

    Forming Awareness Inclusion

    Storming Conflict Control

    Norming Cooperation Cohesion

    Performing Productivity Team Identity

    Adjourning Separation Completion

    5 Stages ofGroup Development

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    Right thing to do

    Foragroup to develop properly through the stages ofgroup

    development, it needs to do the following.

    Rotate the responsibility ofgroup facilitation.

    The purpose/mission of the group must be clear to all members and thepurpose/mission should be periodicallyrevisited.

    Ground rules should be established and monitored. Help group understand that conflict (conflict in a positive way) is a

    normaland perhaps necessary part ofgroup development.

    Group must be reminded to listen to each other.

    Wrap-up at the end of each session should be comprised of meaningfuland constructive comments relative to group process.

    Everyone must contribute and work to make the group a learningteam.

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    The Punctuated-Equilibrium Model

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    Cohesion, Social Loafing, and

    Collective Efficacy

    The fundamental factors affecting group

    cohesion include the following:

    Similarity

    Stability.

    Support.

    Satisfaction

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    Can a Group Have Too Much

    Cohesion?

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    Social Loafing

    Collective Efficacy

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    Differences Between Groups and

    Teams

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    ( )

    Five roles make up the task portion of the role1)contractor roleincludes behaviors that serve to organize the teams work, including creatingteam time lines, production schedules, and task sequencing

    2) creator role

    deals more with changes in the teams task process structure. For example,reframing the team goals and looking at the context of goals would fallunder this role

    3) contributor roleis important because it brings information and expertise to the team.

    4) completer roleas it is often where ideas are transformed into action

    5) critic role includes devils advocate behaviors which go against the

    assumptions being made by the team

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    includes supporting those with expertise toward the teams

    goals. This is a proactive role.

    includes behaviors that are targeted at collaboration such as

    practicing good listening skills and appropriately using humor to

    diffuse tense situations.

    includes initiating discussions about potential team problems such as

    power struggles or other tension

    2)Social Roles2)Social Roles (contd)

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    3)Boundary-Spanning Roles (contd)

    Consulrole

    includes gathering information from the largerorganization and informing those within the

    organization about team activities, goals, andsuccesses

    Coordinatorrole

    includes interfacing with others within theorganization so that the teams efforts are in linewith other individuals and teams within theorganization.

    .

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    Top Management Teams (contd)

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    Team Depend on Leadership and

    Autonomy(contd)

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    DesigningEffective Teams

    Who Are the Best Individuals for the Team? How Large Should My Team Be?

    How Diverse Should My Team Be?

    Team andW

    orkforce Diversity:Advantages and Disadvantages of Diversity

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    Barriers to Effective Teams

    Under process

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    Developing Your Team Skills

    Under process

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    Next time, you hear:

    My team sucks

    Tell them:

    Quick, get them addicted

    to this presentation

    Thank You

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