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Lecture

Team Effectiveness

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Department
Human Resources
Course Code
MHR 405
Professor
George Baranyai

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September 28 th
, 2010
MHR 405
Ch 7 Team Dynamics and Effectiveness
What is a Team?
Team- two or more people with a common goal who are dependent upon each other to achieve a
particular task
Group- two or more people with common interests and continuing interaction
Task interdependence- the degree of task-driven interaction among work team members
Pooled interdependence- team members work individually but either draw form a pool or common
inputs or pool their outputs
Sequential Interdependence- teams rely on each other for resources with the output of one member
becoming the input of another such as in a football team
Reciprocal Interdependence- members have reciprocal interdependence with work being exchanged
back and forth among them
Types of work related teams
Functional teams- usually includes employees who work together daily on similar task and must
coordinate their efforts
Cross-functional teams- temporary or permanent group of employees at about the same level but from
different work areas who work together to solve problems or have ongoing responsibility for certain
process of function
Problem-solving team- refers to members who focus on a specific issue, develop a potential solution and
are often empowered to take action within defined limits
Self-directed work team- a team whose member have autonomy to carry out interference task and make
decisions once reserved for managers
Virtual team- a team whose members are separated by distance, time, or organizational boundaries, but
are linked by communication technologies
Five stage model of team development
Forming- the first stage in team development, characterized by politeness, superficiality and uncertainty
Storming- the second stage of team development characterized by conflict, confusion, power, struggles
and the emergence
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th September 28 , 2010 MHR 405 Ch 7 Team Dynamics and Effectiveness What is a Team? Team- two or more people with a common goal who are dependent upon each other to achieve a particular task Group- two or more people with common interests and continuing interaction Task interdependence- the degree of task-driven interaction among work team members Pooled interdependence- team members work individually but either draw form a pool or common inputs or pool their outputs Sequential Interdependence- teams rely on each other for resources with the output of one member becoming the input of another such as in a football team Reciprocal Interdependence- members have reciprocal interdependence with work being exchanged back and forth among them Types of work related teams Functional teams- usually includes employees who work together daily on similar task and must coordinate their efforts Cross-functional teams- temporary or p
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