Theories Of Team Dynamics

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Task 7 Analyze team dynamics, discussing the roles people play in a team and how they can work together to achieve shared goals. [3.1, M2] 7. Analyzing team dynamics 7.1. Introduction A team comprises any group of people linked in a common purpose. A group in itself does not necessarily constitute a team (UNESCO, n.d.). Team is a group of individuals with different skills and are assigned different tasks; they work together to fulfill the organizational aims and objectives. The individual of any team are to work together in unison and coordination to get the work done. Tuckman and Jensen (1977) identified a life-cycle of stages through which most teams go through, namely, forming, storming, and norming, performing and adjourning. In the forming stage the team associates together although the vision is unclear. In the storming stage the goals are specified and sub-groups are formed. In the norming stage, they build relationship with other and the expectation from each member is specified. The team is set to perform tasks in the performing stage and the tem is adjourned. Every group is not a team.…show more content…
Team dynamics at Swastik Co. Pvt. Ltd. Team dynamics are the unconscious, psychological forces that influence the direction of a team’s behavior and performance. They are like undercurrents in the sea, which can carry boats in a different direction to the one they intend to sail (Teamtechnology.co.uk, 2013). Team dynamics are created by the nature of the team’s work, the personalities within the team, and their working relationships with other people, and the environment in which the team
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