Understanding the concept of teamwork is vital to the effectiveness of any team practices. This would help us to realize that accomplishing goals and/or objectives in most organization’s situation is way better in team’s combined efforts than individual work alone.
What is teamwork?
Group work or teamwork is a combined effort or a collaboration of hard work amongst team members to get work done. It keeps a team’s work together towards accomplishing specific goals and/or objectives. In most cases, it goes beyond what an individual work efforts can accomplish with. Meaning, better results are produced when team members recognized themselves as a team working together for accomplising specific goals and/or objectives. And the chances of this team to achieve better results increase considerably.
It is a fact that teamwork just do not develop in a matter of seconds, but rather it takes a while and have to go throw different processes. Another, it is not easy, or it is not as easy as you may hope. And nothing good in life comes easy, we all agree on that. Really it requires everyone to put in a great deal of hard work. Yet this hard work is compromised sometimes. In the end, this hard work pays off and is all worth it.
Teamwork can produce incredible results, be it anywhere.
Ideology behind teamwork
The ideology behind teamwork is that, if everyone meets their work and social needs together at one point, there is no reason why team maturity should not be formed. Having this team maturity is a confluence where teamwork is brought to realization.
The ideology behind teamwork is meaningless, unless the team act and put it into practice. Meaning, they should constantly learn and move forward with the team matters. And developing teamwork should become their reality accomplishing all the group goals, objectives, programs, and activities.
Developing teamwork is not just making a group of people work together as one unit, or integrating the talents of diverse individuals with different professional orientations toward a larger task; it is much more than just that. It should establish and/or develop a work culture that:
is common to everyone,
creates a sense of teamwork,
is something that everyone can relate to,
is comfortable with each team members, and
sync everyone’s values and work ethics.
Work culture has to be established and/or developed by all team members. With this, all the processes of thinking, planning, decision making, and their execution would be done with teamwork efforts.
With work culture, great works can happen.
Below are assumed structure of team within the context under which teamwork operates:
- Task (Role, Responsibility, Accountability)
- Process (Practice)
- People (Profession, Knowledge, Diversity, Equality, Domain)
- Project (Management)
- Leadership (Direction)
Now a day in the academic institution, the concept of teamwork is rapidly flourishing to develop and improve the quality of work.
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