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Windy Pierre MAN3025 10/18/10 Chapter 11Case Study Xplane had to do to create a team when the Madrid firm was acquired. That team was there to put the two companies together to work as one. The leadership becomes a share activity. The second is accountability shifts from strictly individual to both individual and collective. The third one is the group develops its own purpose or mission. The fourth on is the problem solving becomes a way of life, not a part-time activity. The fifth one is the effectiveness is measured by the group’s collective outcomes and products. All of those steps will help a work group become a team. The Xplanes employees should have been instructed ahead of time ahead of time in both the cross-cultural competencies back at the beginning. So they have had time to
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Unformatted text preview: learn more about the cultural of the new company. The orients team to problem-solving situation so the team can have common understanding with each other to solve problems faster. Trust is very important to when it comes to international virtual teams. The best way to established trust is to learn the cultural. Cohesiveness is the force bringing group members closer together. Cohesiveness has two dimensions: emotional and task-related. The emotional aspect of cohesiveness, which was studied more often, is derived from the connection that members feel to other group members and to their group as a whole. Task-cohesiveness refers to the degree to which group members share group goals and work together to meet these goals....
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