Unformatted text preview: united for that purpose. Secondly, encourage some form of competition amongst teams. If the team has outside competition, inform them that their success is important towards to the organization's strength in the competitive world. Thirdly, create avenues for interaction, such as office parties, handout on weekend or any other non-work related function that brings your team together. This will encourage them to mix and laugh and get to acquaint themselves with each other. When they return to work, they will see each other as friends and end up working as one team. By so doing, the rest of the team will always look up to them and thus promoting harmony and unity in the team. With a good cohesion, the team’s performance must be effective on the project....
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2011 for the course MHR 318 taught by Professor Manning during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.
- Spring '08