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Team Power Point Presentation Group -12 Sriram Mukund-550148 Sandeep Yallampalli-547986 Nagarjuna Chilaka-548188 Venkatesh Munnuru-548569 Ravindranath Kandlagunta-548697 Koteshwar Rao Vutla-544402 Muni Venkatesh Nama-546402
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Introduction A team is a number of persons associated as a gathering of individuals  cooperating towards a typical goal. when one person cannot accomplish  a job alone and several individuals must cooperate to fulfill a mission,  you  need  a  team.  The  better  the  cooperation,  communication,  and  coordination among team members, the more efficient the team It's a smart thought for any business pioneer to comprehend the sorts of  groups  and  the  refinements  among  them.  Distinctive  approaches  to  break  groups  into  classes  exist,  yet  the  accompanying  is  a  couple  of  regular approaches to consider them.  
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Team Development Model Teams go through stages  during their lifecycle.  Forming  Storming  Norming  Performing  Adjourning 
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Team leader Effective team leaders communicate clearly.  A confident leader is secure in the decisions he  makes that affect his team.  A quality team leader is respectful of his team  members He is consistent with rewards and recognition, as  well as disciplinary action.  An effective team leader is honest and open with his  team members.  Influential leaders help inspire the commitment of  team members to meet company goals and objectives Effective team leaders are powerful facilitators.  Team leaders utilize negotiation skills to achieve  results
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There are four types of teams Problem solving Cross-functional team  A self-managed team Virtual teams
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Problem solving  Problems  are  at  the  center  of  what  many  people  do  at  work  every  day.  Whether you're solving a problem for a  client (internal or external), supporting  those  who  are  solving  problems,  or  discovering new problems to solve, the  problems  you  face  can  be  large  or  small, simple or complex, and easy or  difficult.
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  • Summer '16
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  • team leader., Team  Leader, Madhusoothanan Venkataraman

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