Oct 26 Lecture Notes
Oct 26 Lecture Notes CRS 333
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How Teams Differ From Grouos All teams are groups but not all groups are teams 4 principal characteristics that differentiate teams from groups 1 Level of Cooperations The Working Together Imperative Collaborative lnterdependence must work together or will not achieve goals 2 Diversity of Skills Complementarity Members with more diverse skills 3 Group Identity Operating as a Unit Stronger group identity 4 Time and Resources Commitment to the Team Require substantial resources and longterm commitments Definition of a Team Small umber of people with complementary skills who act as an interdependent unit are equally committed to a common mission subscribe to a cooperative approach to accomplish that mission hold themselves accountable for team performance Develooino Team Goals 4Cs Clear Goals everyone on the same page Cooperative Goals interdependent challenges superordinate goal cooperative goal that overrides differences among members because it supersedes less important goals that are competitive Challenging Goals make a difference Commitment to Goals passion to succeed Develooino Team ldentitv Symbolic Convergence fantasy themes connected stories Solidarity Symbols unifying with uniforms Team Talk The Language of We Use we our not heherthey Team accountability Team failure team success Designating Clear ApprODriate Roles Appropriate Roles Qualified member for a specific role Formal Role Designation Team leader makes determinations regarding role designations Structuring Empowerment 4 Dimensions of empowerment Group Potency shared belief we can be effective Meaningfulness perception that tasks are important Autonomy degree of freedom independence and discretion in their work lmpact degree of significance given to the team s work by an outside organization by what standard are we judged Accountabilit Individual Accountability a minimum standard of effort and performance for each team member to share the success Competent Team Leadership Foster participative leadership Insist on a cooperative climate Structure decision making and problem solving