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High-Performance Teams
Explores the attributes of high performance and defines a model for superior team development within organizations possessing similar geographic, diverse, and resource allocation metrics.
# 62601 | 4,658 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources)

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This paper begins by discussing the characteristics of a high-performance team. Next, an examination of the organizational effects, as well as, team dynamics and external influences is evaluated. Further, the paper explores the high-performance team, discussing its importance related to organizational success, loyalty, and longevity. In addition, this research paper focuses on current motivating team factors, and the evolution of high-performance team organizational philosophies.
Statement of the Problem
Research Question
Significance of Study and Organizational Benefit
Research Design and Methodology
Characteristics of a High-performance Team
1.1 Defining the High-Performance Team
1.2 Evolution of the High-Performance Team
1.3 Differences Between High-Performance Teams and the Traditional Grouping of Logical Skill Sets
2. High-performance Teams Require High-performance Personnel
2.1 The Importance of Selecting the Right People
2.2 Establishing the Criteria for Staff Selection
2.3 Matching Skill Sets With Roles, Responsibilities, and Assignments
2.4 Understanding Diversity and High-Performance
3. Team Environment
3.1 Why Collaboration and Professional Dialog are Important?
3.2 Aligning Risk Taking with Management
3.3 Understanding Various Techniques to Promote Team Dialog
3.4 Why is a Collaborative Project Team Environment Important
Transformation to a High-Performance Team.
4.1 The Importance of Defining High-Performance Project Team Goals
4.2 What are the Methods Used to Gain Team Members' Commitments
4.3 The Importance of Strategic Leadership on High-Performance Project Teams
5. Organizational Benefit Derived from High-performance Teams
5.1 Organizational Reputation and Public Perception
5.2 Organizational Loyalty
5.3 Increased Organizational Success
5.4 High-Performance Team Influence and the Traditional Team Concept
6. Summary /Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Finally the high-performance approach helps \managers spot opportunities for what Andrew Grove, in his book High Output Management calls leverage. By broadening the attention to include action strategies that maximize ability and support in the work settign (the more tangible of the performance factors), the high-peformance approach shows manager how to gain a substantial spillover impact on effort (the more tangible of the factors), the high-performance approach show managers how to gain a substantial spillover impact on effot ( the least tangibile of the factors). When people have the necessary abilities and support to do their jobs, it is likely that feeligns of personal competency will provide a lot of motivation to work hard and do these jobs well. However, in spite of the significant positive impact of HPWSs, only about 13% of American companies have actually implemented HPWSs (White, 1994), and even then, there is little research on the impact of HPWSs in the service sector. "

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