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    Factors to be considered to create a team-based, empowered organization

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    Human Resource management involves the development of organization systems and practices for the planning, acquisition, development and utilization of manpower. It involves developing a symbiotic relationship between the external, societal culture and internal culture of the organization. This will enable the upholding of the the relevant external values, as well as contributing new values such as productivity, innovation etc through modeling by the organization.

    A team comprises any group of people or animals linked in a common purpose. A group in itself does not necessarily constitute a team.
    A team represents a group of people as a single entity. Irrespective of the number of people, be it two or two hundred, it is referred as one entity. The team also serves an important function in that it helps the team member satisfy his social needs. Maslow has defined social needs as one of the most important needs which man looks to satisfy.

    All teams are put together with the best intentions, yet not all teams are successful teams. This is because there are various reasons and and a lot of group dynamics working within teams.

    Why a team

    A team is put up with the objective of attaining a certain specified goal. The philosophy of a team is that the team will give a better output than the each of the team members working as individuals as collectively they can overcome all the ...

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    The concept of teamwork is assessed.