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management roles for different team activities.Encourage teamobligation,inspire team members to take accountability for finishing certain responsibilities and to crack issues as a team, this introduces rewards if the entire team meets aims. Established periodobligations are scheduled, when and how each team member will dedicate a chance to do team work, it determines if teamwork will entail other staff to take on extra work, and if so, converse this with all employees and attain their obligation. Monitor real vs. prearranged period cautiously and simplify all modifications in an agenda. According to "Strategies for Developing an Effective Team" (1998), there are seven characteristics of an active team, and they are "team members share leadership roles, team develops own scope of work, team schedules work to be done and commits to taking time allotted to do work, team produces tangible work products, team members are mutually accountable for work products,
Motivation Strategies3performance is based on achieving team products and problems are discussed and resolved by the team".Team development takes time and effort; it is up to the manager to decide who works well with whom. The main stages of team progress are forming, storming, norming, and performing. (Forming) when a team is first formed, individuals may be disorganized about what their part and may not comprehend the need for the team, the team leader, a supervisor, or a manager will assist the team and define their process, at this stage the head need to be edict and appreciate the requirements for group training. (Storming) team members have a tendency to focus on specifics rather than problems and