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term that reflects the different types of activities and interactions that occur within teams that contribute to their ultimate end goals.
Process Gain / synergy
getting more from the team than you would expect according to the capabilities of its individual members-critical in situations in which the complexity of the work is high or tasks...
getting less from the team than you would expect based on the capabilities of its individual members
Factors that create process loss
Coordination loss -production blockingMotivational loss -social loafing
process loss due to the time and energy it takes to coordinate work activities with other team members - time that could otherwise be devoted to task activity
a type of coordination loss resulting from team members having to wait on each other before completing their own part of the team task
loss in team productivity when members do not work as hard as they could
type of motivational loss resulting from members feeling less accountable for team outcomes, relative to independent work that results in individually identifiable outcomes
activities of team members that relate directly to the accomplishment of team tasks
3 types of Taskwork processes
creative behaviordecision makingboundary spanning
refer to the interpersonal activities that facilitate the accomplishment of the team's work but do not directly involve task accomplishment itself - behaviors that...
Teamwork processes (3)
Transition processAction processInterpersonal process
teamwork processes such as mission analysis and planning, that focus on preparation for future work in the team
teamwork processes, such as helping and coordination, that aid in the accomplishment of teamwork as the work is actually taking placeexample: - monitoring progress- systems monitoring;...
teamwork processes such as motivating and confidence building that focus on the management of the relationships among team members
important interpersonal processrelationship__ and task___
specific types of feelings and thoughts that coalesce in the minds of team members as a consequence of their experience working together
Types of team states
cohesionpotencymental modelstransactive memory
when members of teams develop stong emotional bonds - tends to foster high levels of motivation and commitment
drive toward conformity at the expense of other team prioritiesno consideration of alternative viewpoints and perspectives
degree to which team members believe that the team can be effective across a variety of situations and tasks. team confidence-has strong positive impact on team performance
level of common understanding among team members with regard to important aspects of the team and its task-team members sharing in their understanding of each other's capabilities and...
refers to how specialized knowledge is distributed among members in a manner that results in an effective system of memory for the team