There was a researched conducted among some of the well established business entities to determine the contributing factors for their team to succeed in achieving their goals and objectives. The researchers were able to establish the indicators for their success compared to others or their counterparts.
Groups with effective teamwork possess the following specific characteristics:
- They apply investigative questioning that will lead to identifying the real problem or cause of the problem. Whereas, other teams fail because of their inability to identify the real problem that need to be resolved.
- Leaders motivate team members to be creative and suggest ideas. Team members are made aware that even if an idea is declined or revised, they can independently perform original and creative approach without criticism as long as the assigned goals and objectives are delivered without delay.
- They conduct exploratory extensive series of debates for every proposal. Brainstorming, when properly used, is one technique that can lead to more creative solutions to problems.
- Methodical reviews or performance so team members can ascertain which need to be improved. Regular reviews of projects in an emphatic impression of mutual learning that will lead to a formidable quality work.
- The need to explain every group’s decision to concerned individuals whose cooperation is needed. An effective teamwork also reaches out with other group. When a course of action has been developed, there is a need to work with other group to be able to put into effect the change successfully.