?Once teams are organized they must develop the team mission statement. This will allow them to accomplish their assigned task. Once you have communicated your goals and looked at how you will measure the progress and outcomes you are on your way to accomplishing your task. Is the team empowered to accomplish what it has been assigned? Are any boundaries and limitations understood? Is the team committed to working together? Are the responsibilities of the team members defined? Develop methods to provide feedback and performance updates to team members. Team building will not be successful if conflicts or issues are not addressed and resolved. Is the company providing the resources to demonstrate its commitment to team building? Is there recognition or rewards provided with a team are successful? Successful team building will not be realized if team members point fingers at each other when something goes wrong. Resolving issues that arise measures the true success of a team! Is there a central team that coordinated the team and assists them in becoming successful? Priorities need to be set and resources allocated in a methodical manner. Teams need to understand the process the company expects to be successful. There may need to be a change in the culture of the organization for team building efforts to be successful. The team approach is different from a traditional, hierarchical organization structure. Organizations need to understand that how it hires, appraises, recognized, rewards, motivates and manages its people has a major impact on its overall success. Team Building will not be successful if conflicts or issues are not addressed and resolved. There may need to be a change in the culture of the organization for team building efforts to be successful. John Petersons has been contributing to leading magazines for the past 10 years.
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