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TEAM STRUCTURE

The ratio of We’s to I’s is the best indicator of the development of a team.

– Lewis B. Ergen


SUBSECTIONS

  • Why Teamwork?
  • High-Performing Teams
  • Barriers to Team Performance
  • Multi-Team System for Patient Care
  • Team Member Characteristics

TIME: 50 minutes

TEAM STRUCTURE

SAY:

Teamwork cannot occur in the absence of a clearly defined team. Therefore, improving upon an existing—or designing a new—team structure is the first step in implementing a teamwork system in any environment.

Organizational researchers have long focused on the value of teams as a unit of task work, with leadership serving as a means for improving employee performance and attitudes. It is important to first understand the structure of teams to learn how to promote teamwork and create a climate conducive to effective team functioning. Such a climate is based on a commitment to collaboration, mutual accountability, acknowledgment, recognition, and professional respect.


MODULE TIME:

50 minutes




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