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I am doing an assignment on management and teamwork and need to know what types of teams exist. I would also like to know why teamwork is so important in the workplace. If you can help me, I would appreciate a reply a.s.a.p.Thank you.
-- Laurelle Asquith (email@example.com), September 17, 2000
Laurelle, I hope this helps... We are fast on our way to becoming a very successful team-based organization at F.T. Precision. I believe that involving the right people in your problem solving activities is the most important step towards building that trust between production associates and management. The operators are the experts, we must treat them as such. Thanks
Moral has gone up since we started our teams. Currently we have four teams working on different projects. If you would like a copy of these projects let me know.
-- Shawn Hinger (Shawn_Hinger@FTPrecision.com), September 20, 2000.
Laurelle, In my company we use a lot of task force teams to solve problems. They are usually small groups of 3 to 8 members who are asked to come up with a proposal to present to the management team. We have found this to be very successful because a small group can make decisions with less discussion time than a large group would need. Usually the leader is someone who is already competent in the particular area under discussion or he/she has some great new ideas. Hope this helps.
-- Penny A. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 28, 2000.
DO IT YOURSELF SLACKER
-- DAVE WARD (Daveyboy@12inchpenisclub.com), November 05, 2002.
i would like to find out the diferent types of teams available, and the importance of teams.
-- tanya dougal (email@example.com), November 05, 2002.
-- dalol tayol (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 24, 2003.
Several types of teams exist. One classification scheme uses a sports analogy. some teams work like baseball teams wiht set responsibilities, other teams work like footrball teams through coordinated action, and still other teams work doubles tennis teams with primary yet flexible responsibilities.
-- Raisha Juggessur (raishaluv@!servihoo.co.), April 22, 2003.