Compare and Contrast of: Four Stage Team Performance Model & the Drexxler/Sibbet Team Preformance Model

1530 Words May 20th, 2008 7 Pages
Micheal Warren

The Four-Stage Team Performance Model
The Drexler/Sibbet High Performance Model

BA 285


Table of Contents

Introduction 3
Similarities 6
Differences 7
Conclusion 7

The exploration of two models will show an interesting relationship when compared and contrasted. Both can increase competency levels in team building. The models are the Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance model (Human Performance Strategies) and the Four Stage Team Performance model (Developing Management Skills). When they have been used correctly they’ve been shown to improve efficiency and profitability in organizations. “Developing team
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In this sixth stage it is really not a question that is posed, rather than a saying. WOW! “When team members have resolved the issues of this stage they have flexibility, intuitive communication, and synergy (Human Performance Strategies).”
The Final Stage in this model is the renewal stage. The question that the model poses is, why continue? “When team members have resolved the issues of this stage, they have recognition, change mastery, and staying power. When team members are blocked at this stage, they show boredom and burnout (Human Performance Strategies).”

The models are both well known for creating and sustaining high-performance teams, but there are other similarities that both of these models possess that make them so effective in creating and sustaining teams. Both models have stages for development, and this is important because it gives teams a level for measurability. Both models also have a stage that is the beginning or first-meeting stage for group members. This stage is when team members are first introduced to each other. Almost all of the extra stages that the Team Performance contains have similarities to the stages in the Four Stage Performance Model. Stage two for the Team Performance Model is similar to the forming stage for the Four Stage Model; members of the team are trying to get to know one another. The third stage goal clarification is

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