Team Dynamics in many organizations improve both productivity and employee satisfaction. Many work organizations tend to have a growing trend of implementing new work teams. These teams in turn are largely having an affect on what the new business world is all about. These "teams" are already being put into action, but how do teams come together and how do they work? Explained in the course of this document is the what, how, and why's of teams in the work place.
Teams are defined as a collection of individuals who exist in a larger social system, such as an organization (Guzzo, & Dickson, 1996). As a collaborative group they are able to bring to the table many creative ideas. Team members must work cooperatively with each other to achieve the best possible results. Individuals are forced to discover different approaches to problem solving. These different approaches then allow for ideal functioning of work productivity.
Teams are formed to accomplish what individuals can not do on their own. Individual ideas can then be elaborated and enhanced with numerous points of view. Organized individuals can complete a whole or a part of a project. Sorting out the parts of a project to the individuals furthers the improvement of greater, newer concepts. A team's success requires its members to have the right skills, lending effective resources and a supportive environment (Levi, 2001) Teams as a whole are just a concept in themselves. The theory of how a team works collectively is further explained when examining the skills of the individual.
Teams permit a stronger emphasizes on both social and technical aspects of work. Technical works include the equipment and process for producing goods and services. Social aspects include relationships among workers. Social cohesion reflects level in which team members enjoy each...