A Consideration of Team Development Life Cycles Using Behavioural Paradigm Models and Communication Analysis
Many organisations are adopting structural forms, such as Flat, Federalist or Decentralised in order to be more reactive to market conditions and more efficient in their operations. An integral part of these structural changes is the creation of teams whose effectiveness is perceived to be a critical part of the efficiency of the organisation as a whole. The understanding of team behaviour is therefore an important part in the restructuring and management of the process of change.
KeywordsTeam Member Maturation Stage Team Development Communication Pattern Informal Group
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