Please click here to login to your Library account and access the Newslink database. Search for the article titled “Tapping talent to the hilt” in The Business Times on June 28, 2011. When you read the article, think about how different types of rewards can motivate employees to perform. What will motivate you to perform? You should now read Robbins and Judge (2015), Chapter 8, pp. 260-266 to learn more about different rewards that can be used to motivate employees. You should now watch Study Unit 3, Sections 15 & 16. 15. Employee Involvement Programmes 16. Popular Employee Rewards Systems (Access video via BlackBoard)
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BUS103 STUDY UNIT 4 SU4–1 Learning Outcomes This study unit consists of 3 chapters. Chapter 1 covers groups, Chapter 2 examines group outcomes, and Chapter 3 looks at work teams. By the end of Study Unit 4, you should be able to: 1.Define a group and the different types of groups. 2.Identify reasons why people join groups. 3.Describe the five stages of Tuckman’s group development model.4.Discuss group properties −roles, norms, diversity −and show how they may influence behaviours and performance. 5.Illustrate the potential problems of group decision-making. 6.State differences between groups and teams. 7.List the five types of teams typically found in organisations. 8.Identify the characteristics of effective teams. 9.Show how organisations can create team players.