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DQ_3 - "A team is a group comprising people with...

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“A team is a group comprising people with complementary skills who are working to a common purpose for which they are collectively accountable” Child (2005: 106). “Integration signifies coordination, cohesion, and synergy between different roles or units in an organization whose activities are different but interdependent in the process of creating value” Child (2005: 79). With the above two statements placed next to each other, we can safely imply that the work of a team can, but not necessarily, not just facilitate integration, but rather act as a catalyst to integration. Why? Simply because, teams can be formed, paperwork in place, rules and regulations understood, and processes formulated. However, an absolutely vital component of a successful team to accomplish its work is – communication. If a team “communicates” well, clearly and timely, with the correct quality and quantity of information, an organization can easily achieve consistency and effectiveness, therefore, integration.
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