Tuckman's Team Development Theory

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Organisational Behaviour
Table of ContentsTASK 2............................................................................................................................................3Section 1......................................................................................................................................31. The different types of team and analyse the relevance of hard and soft skills for effectiveteam work...................................................................................................................................32. Team work theories and their effectiveness............................................................................43. Team dynamics, team member's roles and behaviour, and relevance of dynamic co-operation for effective team work in an organization.................................................................54. Reflect on team performance of the Formative Task.............................................................65. Factors for team to effectively achieve their objectives..........................................................6Section 2......................................................................................................................................71. Benefits of working in a team.................................................................................................72.Mix of knowledge, skills and experience for team to fulfil its functions................................83. Benefits of working in a team as a leader and member towards specific goals......................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9TASK 2Section 11. The different types of team and analyse the relevance of hard and soft skills for effective teamwork.Types of teamPermanent team – Permanent team are the team which does not dissolved after a particular taskcompletion. This is that which works with each for long period until and unless there is anyresign to job or any other important reason.
Temporary team – They are just opposite from permanent team, temporary team get dissolvedafter particular task assigned to them and this team are for short period. And generally whenpermanent team are engaged a temporary team is created for performing their task.(Lee andWoo., 2017)Virtual teams – Virtual team are those team which do work together physically as they areconnected with each other through computer. And the communication between individualmember of team is through internet.Cross Functional team – In cross functional team the work of one team or department is alsohandled by other team or other department like their was pressure on customer servicedepartment and for reducing their pressure marketing department also doing the task or work thisis known as cross functional team.Relevance of hard and soft skills or effective team work.Hard skills are those skills which are more tangible and hard skills' knowledge can be given toemployees like accounting, computer and other hard skills. Soft skills are those skills whichcannot be quantified easily like flexibility, leadership, motivation, etc. This both skills are havinggreat relevance with team effectiveness, if team member are having good hard and soft skillsthan this will create an effective team which will able to handle all task and project in propermanner.2. Team work theories and their effectiveness.Tuckman's team development theory consist of five stageForming - In the first stage forming team meet each other and discuss about the challenges givento them and finds opportunity as well. Generally in this stage all the member of team being sopolite and sweet to each other.Storming – After forming the next stage storming tell the real face of each individual in team asin this stage team members starts understanding each other, and they start judgement about eachother. Sometimes they also disagree with each others opinions.Norming – In this stage individuals of team start encouraging or start appreciating each otherswork. At this stage the conflicts which had been formed earlier starts to resolve.(Pereira, Malikand Froese., 2017)
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