MGMT615 Leading Diverse Teams (m-7) Fall 09, edited

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Module Seven : Leadership Competencies: Leading Multicultural Teams Linda L. Smith Fall 2009 MGMT615:  Intercultural Communication and Leadership
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What is a team? A group of people who work together and  share a common work objective What is a group? A group interacts primarily to share  information and to make decisions to help one  another perform within each member’s area of  responsibility Organizing -Team Based  Structures
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Why do teams and groups form? Shared interests Personal characteristics Opportunity for interaction Potential to influence Organization structure Types? Reference Formal Functional** Task** Informal Social ** as functions/tasks increase, group may be come a team. Organizing -Team Based  Structures
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What is the difference between teams and  groups? Groups Teams Share  information Goal Collective  Performance Neutral Synergy Positive Individual Accountability Individual and  Mutual Random and  Varied Skills Complementar y Organizing -Team Based  Structures
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Group maturity (stages of a team) Orientation Defining goals Sizing up situation Getting acquainted Testing round rules Defining rules Confusion Conflict Disagreements Hostility Tension Resistance Challenging the leadership Subgroups, clques Cohesion Consensus Acceptance of leadership Sharing, trust Togetherness Role stability Cooperation Standards Effective Acceptance Openness Flexibility Task relevant roles Successful performance Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning Immaturity Maturity Organizing -Team Based  Structures
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Organizing -Team Based  Structures Schermerhorn, Organizational Behavior, Chap 5
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Cohesiveness Degree to which members are attracted to  each other and to membership within the  group Contributors to Cohesiveness Attractiveness Opportunities Common goals Group maturity Status congruence Reward equity Success Stability
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