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Team Working

Mandatory Competency - Level 1

Ramesh Palikila BTech MRICS ACIArb

Agenda -Team Working


1.Understand why QS need to know about Team working
2.Team and Team work
3.Group is not a Team
4.How Team work shall form
5Team work Story
6.Team Work in Construction
7.Team Players
8.Reading List
9.Model Q& A
10.Conclusion.

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TEAM

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Main Reading List Team Working

Team working M010 Level 1


Understand the role of team members client, design
team, consultants, contractors
Appointing the project team
Relationships with other team members
Communicating with other team members
Partnering and collaborative working
Strategic alliancing
Supply chain management
Constructing the Team - Latham Report
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APC Questions will be based on following:

Team Working

Level 1 :

How you will plan your team ?


How you will Resource your team ?
How you will Schedule your team ?
How you will Manage your team ?
How you will Control your team ?
How you will rectify your team ?
How you will fight for your team ?
Explain ...... Examples ...... Expereince ........??????

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Agenda

Why QS need to know Team Working?

HOW DO YOU MAKE IT WORK?

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A LOOK AT CORE ASSETS

Company Everywhere

Capabilities and skills of people are


core assets of the organization
More effort is expended on people than
on other core assets
Finding the "right" people is costly

Core Assets
Capabilities
Skills
Facility
Systems
Capital

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Once people are on board, they begin


to learn about the job and the
environment
People join teams, formal or informal
Now you need to make it work

A Group Is Not A Team

Committee -- a group of people who take


minutes to waste hours.

Team -- a group of people who are


committed to the attainment of a common
objective, who work well together and enjoy
doing so, and who produce high quality
results.

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Teams do not just happen. They are developed through a


deliberate, planned process.

EXPECTATIONS FOR TEAM OUTCOMES


A Survey Of 51 Major Companies That Utilize Teams Found These Benefits

More effective use of resources


Better problem solving
Better quality products and services
Creativity and innovation
Higher quality decisions

To get these results it takes work.


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BUILDING BLOCKS OF TEAM BUILDING

Describe the Benefits


and Rewards -- Let
group members know
how they will benefit from
their participation in the
team. Identify both
individual and group
rewards.

Communicate the Team Purpose -- Let


participants know explicitly what the purpose of the
team is and its significance. Communicate
expected results and how these results will make a
difference.

Discuss the Process -- Collect ideas for


the group about how to create teamwork.
Indentify the initial strengths of the group
and potential barriers to effective
teamwork.
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Define Teamwork -- Develop


a shared definition of what a
team really is. Discuss what
types of teamwork members
want and expect.

FACTORS IN TEAM DEVELOPMENT


Goals
What is the current purpose, mission, goal,
objective and action plan? The leader keeps the
team on track and monitors how relevant the
team activity is to the current goals.

Roles
What work needs to be done and
who is the best choice to carry-out
each function or the team? The
leader makes sure that roles are
identified and filled. The leader
maintains a process by which the
team holds members accountable
for filling their roles.

TEAM

Procedures
How will the work of the team get
done? What processes and
methods should be chosen? The
team leader remembers to assess
how will processes work and
moves the team to refine or
replace them when necessary.

Relationships
How are team members expected to interact and relate? The
leader provides a climate in which constructive working
relationships can evolve. The leader helps "debug" problems and
destructive conflicts before they damage the team.
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STAGES OF TEAM DEVELOPMENT

Storming -As participants become


Forming -more familiar with each
The participants lack a other, different
clear understanding of viewpoints and
their purpose, the
disagreements surface.
group's capabilities and Alliances and conflicts
of each other. Because occur; the leader may
they often do not know be challenged. While
each other, members
some groups suppress
tend to be polite or to
this stage, effective
withhold thoughts or
teams need to work
reactions. They often
through it to learn how
look to the leader for
to deal with differences
direction and structure. and to achieve their
highest quality results.

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Norming -Members of the


group begin to
learn from each
other and
establish
guidelines for
working together.
These "rules" may
vary widely from
team to team, but
in a well-formed
team they meet
the needs and
styles of the
members.
Leadership is
shared among
participants more
evenly and mutual
trust develops.

Performing -The team puts the


full force of its
resources into
getting results.
Goals, roles,
procedures, and
relationships
support the team
process. All is not
perfect, but success
is maintained by
rapid identification of
problems and
barriers as they
occur. Regular and
honest team
assessment is used
to keep the team on
course and to avoid
complacency.

TEAM

HELPING WITH TEAM DEVELOPMENT


Give The Organizational Message That Teamwork Is Good
Publicly acknowledge effective teams and their applications
Address teamworking skills on performance appraisals and in
developmental feedback

Reward Effective Team Players


Give desirable assignments to those who have shown teamwork
ability
Consider team skills in determining promotions
Reward all the members of particularly productive teams

Demonstrate And Teach Team Behavior


Be a model of good teamwork in the top executive suite
Provide training in team skills for group participants
Teach employees how to lead and facilitate teams

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How Team works Helps ?

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AIMS_APC

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Be dynamic -100 days ahead

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SUCCESSFUL TEAMS

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1ST BATCH OF AIMS TO BECOME A REAL TEAM

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AIMS VISION

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Model APC Questions : Team working

THANK YOU AND WISH YOU ALL THE BEST


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