Topics PowerPoint Slides Activities Why Use Work Teams? 1 The Good and Bad of Using Teams 1.1 The Advantages of Teams 1.2 The Disadvantages of Teams 1.3 When to Use Teams 1: Managing Teams 2: Learning Outcomes 3: Why Use Work Teams? 4: The Advantages of Teams 5: The Disadvantages of Teams 6: Factors That Encourage People to Withhold Effort in Teams 7: When to Use Teams and When Not to Use Teams “Who can tell me a disadvantage to using teams?” When a student shouts out or describes “slackers,” ask, “Who has ever been on a team with a slacker? Who has ever been the slacker?” Ask for the management term for “slacker.” 2 Kinds of Teams 2.1 Autonomy, the Key Dimension 2.2 Special Kinds of Teams 8: Autonomy 9: Team Autonomy Continuum 10: Special Kinds of Teams Managing Work Teams 3 Work-Team Characteristics 3.1 Team Norms 3.2 Team Cohesiveness 3.3 Team Size 3.4 Team Conflict 3.5 Stages of Team Development 11: Managing Work Teams 12: Work Team Characteristics 13: Team Norms 14: Team Cohesiveness 15: Team Size 16: Team Conflict 17: Having a Good Fight 18: Stages of Team Development 4 Enhancing Work- Team Effectiveness 4.1 Setting Team Goals and Priorities 4.2 Selecting People for Teamwork 4.3 Team Training 4.4 Team Compensation and Recognition 19: Setting Team Goals and Priorities 20: Stretch Goals 21: Selecting People 22: The Team Player Inventory 23: Team Training 24: Team Compensation Describe to students “Steve Kerr’s Orange” in the group lesson plan. Reel to Real Videos 25: Failure to Launch Launch the video in slide 230
25. Questions on the slide can guide discussion. 26: Holden Outerwear Launch the video in slide 26. Questions on the slide can guide discussion. Adjust the lecture to include the activities in the right column. Some activities should be done before introducing the concept, some after. Conclusion and Preview Possible assignments: 1. Assign students to work in the ad hoc teams they put together during the discussion of selecting people for teamwork, to complete the Management Team Decision on “Getting Along.” 2. Assign students to review Chapter 10 and read the next chapter on your syllabus. Remind students about any upcoming events. Lesson Plan for Group Work (for smaller classes) Pre-Class Prep for You: Pre-Class Prep for Your Students: Review the material to cover and modify the lesson plan to meet your needs. Bring enough 2 x 2–foot squares of fabric to have one for every 6 to 8 students in the class, or hula hoops, or masking tape to mark areas on the classroom floor. Photocopy and cut into strips several recipes, one recipe per group. Bring enough oranges, balls, or other small spheres to have one for every group of 8 to 10 students. Optional: several stopwatches Bring the book. Warm Up The group activities in this chapter take a bit longer to do because they involve several repetitions to allow for comparing the results stemming from different conditions placed on the exercise. They are also very physically oriented, and it takes a bit of extra time to get students moved into positions to start.
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