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The Use Of Groups & Teams In An OrganizationPresented By: Team “A”, HCS/370Instructor: Dr. Mosunmola Adeyemi (Lizzy) RN, CIC, CPHQFebruary 4, 2019Photoby U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Damon J. Moritz. / Public domain
Introduction•The difference between groups & teams•How groups are used in an organization•How teams are used in an organization•How groups & teams are used effectively in an organization•Five phases of group development•Strategies to build & maintain team performance •Engaging employees through phases of group development•Practices implemented to maintain team performance •Employee engagementThis Photoby Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
Individual Benefits •Opportunities for organizational growth•Individual Professional Development•Utilizes unique skill set •Leads to empowerment and fulfillmentOrganizational Benefits•Fosters Team work•Visibility to key talent •Focus on Organizational Strategy THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GROUPS & TEAMS
Groups•Individuals who assembled together or having some unifying relationship•Maybe a singular department•Members do not have a specific assignment –May not share a common goal & independent membersTeams•Persons associated together in work or activity•Achieve a specific purpose or goal•Harness each others talents to achieve a mutual goal–Members are interdependent•Each member is aware of each other’s abilities •Committed to each otherThis Photoby Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY