Published on February 20, 2014
Common Misconceptions About Teamwork Wafa Hozien, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Virginia State University email@example.com
Six Misconceptions • Teamwork Requires Collaboration. • Here are Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork from • J. Richard Hackman’s Work in the Harvard Business Review • • • • • • Harmony Helps It’s Good to Mix it Up Bigger is Better F2F is Passe Leader Dependent Teamwork is Magical From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
Harmony Helps • Misconception: Smooth interaction avoids time wasting. • Conflict when focused on team’s objectives generates: Creative Solutions • As long as conflict is about work From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.123.
Mix it Up • Misconception: New members bring energy and innovation. • The longer the members stay, the better they do. • Teams that stay together longer play together better • For example: sports/orchestra From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
Bigger is Better • Misconception: Larger groups have more resources. • Excessive size is an impediment. • The larger the group the stronger the liklihood of free riding/social loafing From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
F2F is Passe • Misconception: using latest technology teams can do work more efficiently at a distance . • There are benefits to sizing up your team. • Organizations that rely on dispersed teams: – Meet at the beginning – Midpoint – When work is done From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
Leader Dependent • Misconception: Personality, behavior and style of leader. • The most effective leaders help members competently manage themselves. • Launch team well • Hands on teaching and coaching From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
Teamwork Magical • Misconception: just assemble talented people and tell them generally what is expected. They will work out the details. • The best leaders – provide clear expectations, – provide resources and support. From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.123.
Questions • In groups of two: Give an example of each of the misconceptions. • Which one of these misconceptions is the most relavant today and why? From: HBR, Six Common Misconceptions about Teamwork By J.Richard Hackman, 2014, pp.12-3.
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