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Types of Teams
1. Problem-Solving
2. Self-Managed
3. Cross-Functional
4. Virtual Team
Key Components of an Effective Team
1. Context
2. Composition
3. Work Design
4. Process Variables
Key Roles in a Team
1. Linker - Coordinates and Integrates
2. Creator - Creative Ideas
3. Promoter - Champions Ideas
4. Assessor - Offers insightful analysis of options
5. Organizer - Provides Structure
6. Producer - Provides direction and follow-through
7. Controller - Examines details and enforces rules
8. Maintainer - Fights external battles
9. Adviser - Encourages the search for more information
How do you turn individuals into team players
1. Selection
2. Training
3. Rewards
Advantages of diversity
1. Multiple perspectives
2. Greater openness to new ideas
3. Multiple interpretations
4. Increased creativity
5. Increased flexibility
6. Increased problem-solving skills
Disadvantages of diversity
1. Ambiguity
2. Complexity
3. Confusion
4. Miscommunication
5. Difficulty reaching a single agreement
6. Difficulty agreeing on specific actions
Problems of Mature Teams
1. Becoming stagnant and complacent as cohesiveness increases
2. Developing groupthink
3. Confronting more difficult issues
Reinvigorating Teams
1. Prepare members to deal with problems of maturity
2. Offer refresher training
3. Offer advanced training
4. Encourage teams to treat their development as a constant learning opportunity
Attributes of Work Design
1. Autonomy
2. Skill Variety
3. Task Identity
4. Task Significance
Attributes of Composition
1. Ability
2. Personality
3. Roles and diversity
4. Size
5. Flexibility
6. Preference for teamwork
Attributes of Context
1. Adequate resources
2. Leadership
3. Climate of Trust
4. Performance evaluation and rewards
Attributes of Process
1. Common Purpose
2. Specific Goals
3. Team efficacy
4. Conflict
5. Social Loafing