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Chapter9_OL - Chapter 9 Outline Groups v teams Origins of...

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Chapter 9: Outline Groups v. teams Origins of work teams Amount of information and knowledge available More educated and trained workforce Rate of change in work activities Team halo effect Level of analysis Individual (micro) Team (meso) Organizational (macro) Types of teams Problem-resolution teams Creative teams Tactical teams Ad hoc teams Multi-team systems Principles of teamwork Members provide feedback to and accept it from one another The willingness, preparedness, and proclivity to back fellow members up during operations 1
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Members' collectively viewing themselves as a group whose success depends on their interaction Fostering within-team interdependence Team leadership makes a difference with respect to the performance of the team Team structure Diversity in teams Information diversity Value diversity Roles in teams Leader Shaper Worker Creator Resource investigator Monitor-evaluator Team facilitator Completer-finisher Four basic functions within a team Leadership Work producers Internal team maintenance 2
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 2060 taught by Professor Varies during the Spring '11 term at UWO.

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Chapter9_OL - Chapter 9 Outline Groups v teams Origins of...

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