The rate of teamwork is now growing day by day in most of the organizations. Now people do prefer to work in teams in order to generate effective outcomes. In fact, by working in teams innovative and unique results do arises which tend to be fruitful for our organizations.

There are various types of teams. It can be vertical, horizontal, goal oriented etc.

Self directed Work Teams

These teams operate without managers. It actually gives employees the sense of leadership. In this type of teams, employees work based on their own ideas which directly delivers to the internal or external customers.

Functional Teams

It involves the correspondence and working of all the members from the vertical hierarchy. Managers, supervisors and seniors are involved in this. They all brainstorm, express their ideas, share feelings and then move towards the well oriented outcomes

Cross Functional Teams

[adsense1]In this type of team, specialist from various areas do share their thoughts and ideas and then generate the best outcomes.

All the types of teams are tending to generate best outcomes. The motive of these teams is to make an organization the well effective one. The main aim is only to make an organization well stabled one. Teams are formed to make a workplace effective, synergetic and innovative. When people work in team, they automatically share their ideas, do brainstorming and in the end come up with new and innovative outcomes. There are numerous benefits of working in a team. People working in a team feel comfortable too and they try to enlarge the idea by adding new touch and thoughts. Thus no matter what type of team is, the main area is to focus on the idea that what actually you want from your team. Co-operation & mutual understanding are the core elements that should be there while working as a team. If you properly understand your team members, then no external source can harm you or your organization. Team building and working in order to make an organization the well efficient one is the main idea that is being followed by many companies. If every member fulfills his/her responsibility properly then an organization can move towards betterment and can bring out something different for the customers.

 

References

Jon R. Katzenbach, Douglas K. Smith (1993) "The wisdom of teams: creating the high-performance organization", Harvard Business Press, pg 291