Chap 11 RTT movie - 5 Refer to the different team and...

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Organizational Behavior and Management 3103 Chapter 11 Teams: Remember the Titans Worksheet 1. Does the Titan football team fall in each of these types of teams?(yes or no) For each, explain your answer (e.g. they are not or are not a parallel team because . . . ) a. Work team b. Management team c. Parallel team d. Project team e. Action team f. Virtual team 2. How does the Titan football team display the different types of task interdependence found in the book? Recall an example for each type of interdependence and explain why it fits in this category? a. Pooled interdependence: b. Sequential interdependence: c. Reciprocal interdependence:
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d. Comprehensive interdependence: 3. Did the team have high goal interdependence? Why or why not? 4. Did the team have high outcome interdependence? Why or why not?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Refer to the different team and individualistic roles chart on page 388 in your text. Find someone from the movie that fills each of the following roles in the Titan team. Describe why they best fit that role. a. Initiator b. Devil’s advocate c. Energizer d. Encourager e. Harmonizer f. Standard setter g. Blocker h. Recognition seeker i. Slacker 6. Briefly describe at what point during the movie was the Titan team in the following stages: (For example, they were in the forming stage when they were on the bus on the way to football camp) Explain your answer , how does your example fit the definition of that phase? a. Forming b. Storming c. Norming d. Performing e. Adjourning...
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