Understanding of Group and Team Work, Formulas and forms for Organizational Behaviour. Western University
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Understanding of Group and Team Work, Formulas and forms for Organizational Behaviour. Western University

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Microsoft PowerPoint - W13-Group&Team_RS

វទិយ ថ ន សន្តប៉ូល SAINT PAUL INSTITUTE (SPI)

Course: Skill Lab – Career & Skill Orientation Period: 16 weeks (64 hours) Name of Instructor: Mr. PHEN-Raksmey, MPM Telephone: 087 810 456 Email Address: [email protected]

Skill Lab

GROUP &TEAMWORK ្រកមុ និង្រកមុការ រ

T - Together E - Everybody A - Achieve M - More W – With O - Organization R - Resources and K - Knowledge

GROUP

The Meaning of Group niymn½yrbs;Rkum Two or more employees who interact with each other in such a manner that the behavior and/or performance of a member is influenced by the behavior and/or performance of other members.

Rkum (Group) KWCakarpSMKñaénbuKÁlBIrb¤eRcInnak;eday

manskm μPaBtbtnigGaRs½yKñaeTAvijeTAmk nigedIm,I

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Types of Group RbePTRkum

Formal RkumCapøÚvkar

Informal RkumeRkApøÚvkar

Formal:

Group created by managerial decision to accomplish state goal of the organization, Command Group & Task Group.

KWCaRkumEdlbegáIteLIgedayGgÁkarNamYykñúge

KalbMNgsMerckargarNamYy.

Command Group: RkumbBa¢a

Specified by the organization chart, comprises the subordinates who report directly to a given supervisor.

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edayGñkeRkambgÁab;nigRbFanrbs;eKEdleKRtUveFVI

r)aykarN_pÞal;eTArkenaH

Task Group: Rkumkargar

A task group comprises the employees who worktogether to complete a particular task or project.

RkumkargarbegáIteLIgedayGgÁkarcat;taMgmYyEdr

CatMNag[mnusSmYyRkumEdleFVIkargarCamYyKñaedIm,I

sMerckargarNamYy

Informal: Group that arise from individual

efforts and develop around common interests and friendships rather than deliberate design, Interest & Friendship Group.

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NamYyCapøÚvkar b¤ CalkçN³EdlGgÁkarcat;taMgeLIg

Interest Groups RkummancMNg;cMNUlcitþdUcKña Ex. Set the traveling group

Friendship Groups RkummitþPaB Ex.Have the same behavior…

Stages of Group Development dMNak;kalénkarGPivDÆn_Rkum

Forming karbegáIt edaysmaCikmñak;dwgfaeKenARkumNa

Storming karbMpusfanNaCaGñkRKb;RKgRkummanrcnasm<½n§

Norming bTdæanedaymñak;² dwgrwtEtc,as;BIRkum nigtYnaTI

Performing kMNt;muxgarc,as;ehIymñak;²cab;eFVIkargar

Adjourning karrMsayGaRs½yelIryHeBlénkarbegáItRkum

Why People Form Group? The Satisfaction of Needs:

Social, Security, Esteem

Economics: Derive greater economic benefits from their job if they organize.

Group Goals: If clearly understood,an individual is attracted to it.

Proximity and Attraction: Close distance have numerous opportunities to exchange idea.

TEAM (Teamwork)

Team Rkumkargar  Teams are a special type of task group, consisting of two or more individuals responsible for the achievement of goal or objective.

KWCaRkumEdleFVIskm μPaBGaRs½yKñaeTAvijeTAmkedIm,Ipøas;bþÚr

B½t_man nigeFVIkarsMerccitþedIm,ICYysmaCikrbs;Rkumkñúgkargarrbs;

BYkeKEdlTTYlxusRtUv.

CHARACTERISTICS OF TEAM

A team is always distinguished by the fact that its members are committed to: 1) Common purpose, 2) Set of performance goals, and 3) Approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.

4) Teamwork is both an attitude and a set of actions. 5) Teamwork actions involves everyone: 6) Understanding the whole process and goals 7) Understanding their individual roles in the process 8) Communicating openly and regularly with one another. 9) Having a joint responsibility to execute, as well as improve, the process.

CHARACTERISTICS OF TEAM

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Types of Team RbePTRkumkargar

Problem-Solving Teams: RkumedaHRsaybBaða

Formed on a temporary basis to address a specific problem that is confronting the organization.

Cross-Functional Teams:

A utilizing teams that are composed of individuals from different departments or work areas who come together on a task or project basis.

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rYmmYy

Skunk Works: RkumkargarEdltMrUvGñkÉkeTs

A team approach to rapidly develop innovation aeronautical engineering products.

Ex. A small team of engineering, Technicians and designer.

Virtual Teams:RkummanlkøNHdUclMhr A team that relies on interactive

technology to work together when separated by physical.

Ex. E-mail, teleconferencing, videoconferencing, sms….

Why are teams formed? To enhance organizational productivity

To assume the tasks of managers eliminated by downsizing.

To provide flexibility and faster decision

To take advantage of the benefits of diversity

To improve quality

To increase customer satisfaction

Requirements for effective team

Top-level commitment and provision of clear goal.

Management-employee trust.

Willingness to take risk and share information.

Time, Resources, and Commitment to training.

Greeting Effective Teams : begáItRkumEdlmanRbsiTæPaB

1. Working Design : karerobcMkargar karerobcMkargarrYmmanesrIPaB b¤»kaskñúgkareRbIR)as;CMnaj nig

PaBévqøatepSgKña

2. Process : dMeNIrkar eKalbMNgrYm

eKalbMNgCak;lak;

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