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In this task I will investigate how Tesco are a high achieving team and what they do to achieve the aims and objectives of the organisation.

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In this task I will investigate how Tesco are a high achieving team and what they do to achieve the aims and objectives of the organisation. Team work is a challenge in every organization. Work environments tend to further rough individuals working on personal goals for personal gain. Typically, reward, recognition, and pay systems single out the achievements of individual. Employee involvement, teams, and employee empowerment enable people in the organisation (Tesco) to make decisions about their work. Employee involvement, team building approach, and employee empowerment increases loyalty and encourage rights. Employee empowerment is a strategy and philosophy that enables employees to make decisions about their jobs. Employee empowerment helps employees own their work and take responsibility for their results. Employee empowerment helps employees serve customers at the level of the organization where the customer boundary exists. ...read more.


Most people at some times in their working lives will have to work as part of a team. For example, this might be something as fairly straightforward as planning the staff Christmas party or as complex as creating a new training programme for the induction of new staff. Every member of the team, no matter what its purpose, will have different skills. Some people are good at organising; some at writing up lists of what has happened and who will do what; yet others have an eye for detail. While the make-up of one particular team will be different from all other teams, there are some qualities and skills that all team members must possess. The ability to: * Communicate easily with other team members. * Inform others in the team about new ideas. ...read more.


Members feel confident in their individual abilities and those of their teammates. Team members are able to prevent or solve problems in the team's process or in the team's progress. A can do attitude is visible as are offers to assist one another. This is what makes Tesco such a successful team and a profitable organisation as a whole. Differences among members are appreciated and used to enhance the team's performance. As the teams understanding of each other increase the commitment to the team's mission will increase and the competence of team members also increases. Team members continue to deepen their knowledge and skills, including working to continuously improving team development. Accomplishments in team are measured and celebrated in Tesco to demonstrate appreciation for their hard work. While working on a high-performing team may be a truly pleasurable and satisfying experience The team still needs to focus on both process and product, setting new goals as appropriate. ...read more.

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