12 Useful Tips for Building a Good Team Organization

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Twelve Tips for Building Teamwork and good team organization

12 Useful Tips for Building a Good Team Organization

What is team building all about? Do you know how to build a strong team? Here is an article by found in About.com. that can help any organization.

What are the twelve tips for team building? (The Twelve C’s)

  1. Clear Expectations
  2. Context
  3. Commitment
  4. Competence
  5. Charter
  6. Control
  7. Collaboration
  8. Communication
  9. Creative Innovation
  10. Consequences
  11. Coordination
  12. Cultural Change

For the complete definition of these twelve tips be sure and visit Twelve Tips for Team Building: How to Build Successful Work Teams.


Teamwork Quotes

Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together.  – Vesta M. Kelly

The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.  -Vince Lombardi

A big part of succeeding is teaming. That’s why I establish filters for who I work with. That’s not arrogance. It’s confidence. – Larry Smith

A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. – Unknown

Whenever ideas are shared, the result is always greater than the sum of the parts. – Rich Willis

Teams, not individuals, are the fundamental learning unit in modern organizations. This is where the “rubber stamp meets the road”; unless teams can learn, the organization cannot learn. – Peter M. Senge, The Fifth Discipline

Most potential teams can become real teams, but not without taking risks involving conflict, trust, interdependence, and hard work. For example, a common team purpose, set of performance goals, and approach rarely arise without conflict. Indeed, quite the contrary — the most successful teams recognize their members’ conflicting views and experiences as a source of strength. Similarly, mutual accountability requires trust and interdependence, which usually do not grow without risk taking. And, finally, most potential teams include members who must develop the skills needed by the team after they have joined the team itself. This, too, implies risks and hard work for everyone on the team.  – “The Wisdom Of Teams,” by Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith

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