Chapter_14_-_Teamwork - Chapter 14: Teamwork Dr. Haitham...

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Chapter 14: Teamwork Dr. Haitham Khoury Haitham.khoury@aub.edu.lb Ext 3778 Room 369 - OSB
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What do you know about teams? What do teams do? What makes an efficient and effective team? What are the characteristics of a good team player?
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The New Team Environment: Group vs. Team The words group and team are often used interchangeably however they are not the same A working group is a collection of people who work in the same area A team is formed of people with: complementary skills who trust one another are committed to a common purpose, common performance goals are committed to a common approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.
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The Contributions of Teams Well-managed teams are powerful forces that can deliver desired results Teams can increase productivity, improve quality, and reduce costs Teams can enhance speed and be powerful forces for innovation and change Teams can be useful learning mechanisms Team members can provide one another with feedback, identify opportunities for growth and development, train, coach, and mentor
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Why Groups Sometimes Fail? Failure lies in not knowing and doing what makes teams
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