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consists of two or more people who work interdependently over some time period to accomplish common goals related to some task-oriented purpose
they are designed to be relatively permanent, their purpose is to produce goods or provide services, and they generally require a full-time commitment from their members. They join
they are designed to be relatively permanent; however, they participate in managerial-level tasks that affect the entire organization. Specifically, they are responsible for coordi
composed of members from various jobs who provide recommendations to managers about important issues that complement the organization’s production process
formed to take on “one time” tasks that are generally complex and require a lot of input from members with different types of training and expertise. Some members work full-tim
perform tasks that are normally limited in duration. However, those tasks are quite complex and take place in contexts that are either highly visible to an audience or of a highly
members orient themselves by trying to understand their boundaries in the team. Members get a feel for what is expected of them and what types of behaviors are out of bounds and wh
members remain committed to ideas they bring with them to the team. This initial unwillingness to accommodate others’ ideas triggers conflict that negatively affects some interpe
members realize that they need to work together to accomplish team goals, and consequently, they begin to cooperate with one another.
members are comfortable working within their roles, and the team makes progress toward goals.
members experience anxiety and other emotions as they disengage and ultimately separate from the team.
members make assumptions and establish a pattern of behavior that lasts for the first half of its life. Inertia occurs midway and members realize that they have to change their tas
refers to the degree to which team members interact with and rely on other team members for the information, materials, and resources needed to accomplish work for the team.
group members complete their work assignments independently, and then this work is simply “piled up” to represent the group’s output
different tasks are done in a prescribed order, and the group is structured such that the members specialize in these tasks. Only interaction occurs between members who perform tas
members are specialized to perform specific tasks; however, members interact with a subset of other member to complete the team’s work.
requires the highest level of interaction and coordination among members as they try to accomplish work. Each member has a great deal of discretion in terms of what they do and wit
when team members have a shared vision of the team’s goal and align their individual goals with that vision as a result.
when team members share in the rewards that the team earns, with reward examples including pay, bonuses, formal feedback and recognition, etc.
the mix of people who make up the team
a pattern of behavior that a person is expected to display in a given context
the leader makes decisions for the team and provides direction and control over members who perform assigned tasks.
DefinitionTerm
behaviors that directly facilitate the accomplishment of team tasks
establishes the direction for the team
offers constructive challenges to the team’s status quo
motivates team members to work harder toward team goals
behaviors that influence the quality of the team’s social climate
steps in to resolve differences among teammates
praises the work of teammates
helps the team see alternative solutions that the teammates can accept
behaviors that benefit the individual at the expense of the team
“puts down” or deflates fellow teammates
takes credit for team success
manipulates teammates to acquire control and power
the member who possess the highest level of the ability relevant to the task will have the most influence on the effectiveness of the team
the team’s performance depends on the abilities of the “weakest link”
the contributions resulting from the abilities of every member “add up” to determine team performance
the degree to which members are different from one another in terms of any attribute that might be used by someone as a basis of categorizing people
diversity in teams is beneficial because it provides for a larger pool of knowledge and perspectives from which a team can draw as it carries out its work.
people tend to be more attracted others who are perceived as more similar
diversity regarding observable attitudes such as race, ethnicity, sex, and age. Negative effects tend to disappear as members become more knowledgeable of each other.
diversity with respects to attributes that are less easy to observe initially but that can be inferred after more direct experience.
also called team commitment, refers to the likelihood that the team can work together effectively in the future
members receive rewards that are dependent on both their team’s performance and how well they perform as individuals

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