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What three key elements form the internal dynamics of a team

What three key elements form the internal dynamics of a team (shown below)? Why do you think managers often tend to overlook internal dynamics when team-building? What are some of the consequences of neglecting internal dynamics in a team?

3 key elements: Task analysis, people, processes and procedures

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The three key elements that form the internal dynamics of a team are task analysis, people, and processes and procedures. The task analysis involves several elements, and requires much time and attention to ensure that all elements are properly included. The task analysis involves an analysis of the exact nature of the task, the expected time it will take to complete the task, and all pertinent elements surrounding the task, including the assigning of specific duties, and how difficult the task is expected to be. The people element in relation to the internal dynamics of a team includes the make-up of the team members, as well as people that will be involved with the team, but that are not considered part of the team's make-up. Such people include outside contractors, specialists, and others as needed by the team. A general overview of the people aspect of the team should also be completed. This will assess where the strengths, weaknesses, and abilities lie for each ...

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What three key elements form the internal dynamics of a team (shown below)? Why do you think managers often tend to overlook internal dynamics when team-building? What are some of the consequences of neglecting internal dynamics in a team?

3 key elements: Task analysis, people, processes and procedures

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