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    Team Effectiveness My goal as a new manager to develop team effectiveness within a new team is to try to get the team to be an effective as possible. When developing my new team I would seek out the factors that may affect team effectiveness, which are team composition, team structure, and team processes. Team composition entails who the members of the team are and what skills, abilities, and knowledge each member brings to the team. Some of the decision I will have to make for the team composition

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    Part of the Team

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    Part of the Team Basketball has been more than just a game in my life, it has always been a big part of my life, but it has been a part differently than what it is to others. I love everything about basketball. I have done everything from keeping the official book for a men's and women's collegiate team to washing a high school team's practice clothes and even making sure everyone has their uniforms and shoes before leaving for an away game. You don't have to be on the court, you don't have

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    goals at a steady pace. However, working in a team or group increases efficiency. Most of us can endure some pressure over short period of time of times, but it’s nice to have teammates who can take some of the load off when things get too intense. Everyone has a specialty and working together allows each person on what he or she does best. In the first murder solving Day/Night Brake game we played there didn’t seem to have any teamwork amongst all the team members. Especially amongst the detectives

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    Groups and Teams

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    Groups and Teams The forming, storming, norming, performing model of team development was first introduced by Bruce Tuckman in 1965. He argued that these phases are all necessary and inevitable for the team growth, overcoming challenges and tackling problems, finding solutions, planning work and delivering results. Tuckman later added a fifth phase, adjourning, which is referred to by some as the mourning stage, which involves completing the task and breaking up the team. (Wikipedia, 2005) All

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    The Ideal Team

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    When composing a team, your ideal team will consist of individuals who have the skills and experience to accomplish the task, as well as, the motivation needed to be successful. (Dyer, 37) Team composition is the configuration of a team, normally based on attributes of the team and the task given. The team leader’s job is to identify those individuals who will benefit the team in completing the task. Effective team leaders set the clear vision of the team’s goal, establish a clear direction towards

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    Managing Teams

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    Manger-led teams present a unique influence on the phenomenon of anchoring in both positive and negative ways. Although typically a detrimental situation to effective teamwork, anchoring, as apparent in the eBay situation, carries certain benefits as well. The composition of the eBay team demonstrated the way in which a leader can influence the team toward quick effective decision making while creating a positive team environment. Most decisions made by the team were initiated as Tim introduced

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    Team Reflection

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    I always considered team work among our teams as our strength within the Information technology (IT) department in our organization. This attribute in addition to my teams system and business expertise, and dedication in developing custom software applications have resulted in several successful product launches. In our organization the drastic change in the landscape of retail business triggered the need for a new software system to handle the critical business functions and to tightly integrate

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    The Stages Of A Team

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    Stages of a Team As a professional in Corporate America, working as part of a team, or leading a team is inevitable. Many great accomplishments come from teams. Establishing a team and understanding the stages of their development is necessary for a leader. The stages of team development are forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning (Gibson, Ivancevich, Donnelly, & Konopeske, 2009). This paper explores these five development stages to the experience of the team effort assigned

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    football teams

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    Jake Wickstrom had an argument with Andre Brown this year senior about which messwood football team was better. This year Messwood football team or last year Messwood team. Jake and Andre have been having this argument for the whole 2013 football season. It really was an easy pick for me. I thought that 2013 football team was better than the 2012 team. I'm not saying this because I had played for the 2013 team i'm saying this because of the argument that Jake and Andre was having. Andre was pulling out

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    Team Assessment

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    Team Assessment Please note that the opinions expressed below are a generalization of the organization. Specific opinions may or may not apply to specific individuals. Communication The communication between members of the team and me is good/in line with the amount of time I’ve been here. The communication between the team members themselves is good but should be great given how long they’ve been together. The biggest obstacles to better communication are fear of conflict and lack of trust

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