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C1 Analyse the factor, which contribute towards an effective team.

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C1 Analyse the factor, which contribute towards an effective team. Business should work in teams. If they work in teams they can get more ideas shared. If work in teams they can distribute work between themselves. Members can motivate each other's in doing their work. The effective the team is the successful it can be. The following factors have many benefits that a business must be aware of before the team can be effective: Interaction of the team- the advantages of good interaction is that members will work together as a team. This means that members will know what to do in the business and run it efficiently. * Communication within the team- once the group knows what they are doing; communication between them will be frequent. The advantages of communication are members will know what they are doing. They will know exactly what is going on and ask for any problem that occurs. Communication makes the business run more efficiently and talks about problems. The disadvantages of communication are employees won't know what they are doing. They won't be motivated as others. In relation to our business we didn't have good communication in the team. ...read more.


The more members there are the less opportunity each member has to participate in the discussion. Whereas the smaller the teams the more participation they get in discussion. Members of smaller distributed teams should have more knowledge about others work roles, expertise and communication styles. Smaller members have more knowledge about their colleagues. Members of smaller distributed teams should have greater understanding than members of larger distributed teams. Members of smaller teams have greater commitment to the team than members of larger teams. In relation to our team it was kind of small as we only had 10 people. Even though it was a small team it was lacking of communication. There were still lots of ideas being discussed. From the size of our team we share most of the work. For example we all sold out tickets, as some didn't have much responsibility. Sometimes from the size of the team arranging meetings was difficult as some had to come from the college so we thought of carrying our meetings in the class, school hours. Location Roles of individual members- Leadership styles Duration of team Teamwork is a common practice in businesses. The factors that contribute towards the effective working of our team are: * Recognition of performance and success There wasn't any success in our business as our business was in loss. ...read more.


Size of the team Location Roles of individual members Leadership styles Duration of team E6 SKILLS OF THE SENDER AND OF THE RECEIVER. The ability of the sender to explain a message and the receiver to understand it are important in communication. If an order must be sent out by a certain date , but the sender simply asks for as soon as possible, communication would not have been effective. If the receiver does not understand what stocks to take the order from, incorrect goods may be sent due to lack of effective communication. Emails: messages can be received rapid and cheap. It is used internally and externally. More than one mail can be sent. Mail can be sent to more than one recipient. It can cuts costs such as envelops, stamps. File or pictures can be attached to the mail. Sainsbury can use this form to customers. They can also email their customers about special offers on product. They can email their financial records to suppliers and etc. Fax machines- this is when information is typed into the fax machine and sent to other person. Quick easy. Sainsbury may use this when its manager wants to speak to its stores. Quick as email. If the document is large it may take time. ?? ?? ?? ?? Wencila.Goes 12 Bernadette C1.doc Mr. Lorrimer & Mr. Tan ...read more.

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