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  1. 1. Team Development and GRPI Model CSET - Group 1
  2. 2. Table of contents Team Development Models of Team Development GRPI Model 1 3 2
  3. 3. Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much
  4. 4. Team Development
  5. 5. How do you create, support, and lead a successful team? ● Efficiency ● Effectiveness ● Harmony ● Personal chemistry ● Conflict management ● Formal structure Can you think of more attributes and variables required for a successful team?
  6. 6. Models of Team Development Curious? Let’s take a look at seven common teamwork models 1. The Hackman Model 2. The forming-storming-norming-performing-adjourning (FSNPA) model 3. The Lencioni Model 4. The Katzenbach and Smith Model 5. The T7 Model 6. The LaFasto and Larson Model 7. The GRPI Model
  7. 7. Hackman Model
  8. 8. Hackman Model Focus on “Effectiveness” of a team Richard Hackman specified 5 criteria for a team to be qualified as effective: 1. Real Team 2. Compelling direction 3. Enabling structure 4. Supportive Context 5. Expert Coaching Pros: All aspects of the team are taken into consideration Cons: Does not take into account that certain criteria can have different impact on different team members
  9. 9. FSNPA Model
  10. 10. FSNPA Model I. This model was first developed by Bruce Tuckman in 1965 which contains 'Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing & Adjourning'. He added the fifth stage, Adjourning, in the 1970s. I. It is one of the more known team development theories and has formed the basis of many further ideas since its conception. I. Tuckman's Team Development model explains that as the team develops maturity and ability, relationships establish, and the leader changes leadership style.
  11. 11. FSNPA Model
  12. 12. FSNPA Model
  13. 13. The Lencioni Model We use it when we want to get ahead of potential team problems. This model flips the approach by spelling out pitfalls that successful teams need to avoid. Rather than answering “what makes a successful team?” it answers “what doesn’t make a successful team?”
  14. 14. 01 Absence of Trust 02 Fear of Conflict 03 Lack of Commitment 04 Avoidance of accountability 05 Inattention to results
  15. 15. GRPI MODEL Why our team is underperforming? Why things are not going well on your team? Why there is an interpersonal conflict in your team? D. Beckherd, 1972 GRPI MODEL To understand why teams might not be achieving peak performance 01 GOAL 02 ROLES 02 PROCESSES 04 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
  16. 16. GRPI MODEL ● Goals: teams need a solid and shared understanding of what they’re working toward together. ● Roles: teams need to know who’s doing what, without ambiguity or a lot of overlap between responsibilities. ● Processes: teams need to understand how decisions are made and how work gets accomplished. ● Interpersonal relationships: teams need to understand and respect each other’s communication styles and work approaches.
  17. 17. Oversimplify the complexity CONS PROS Enables a team to analyze their dysfunction from all sides Sets attention from individuals and helps to maintain team cohesion
  18. 18. Effective communication Leadership Management Visionary thinker Role Enterprise builder Define purpose Focus Nurture organizational system Create a mission statement Approach Deliver on the mission statement Evaluate strengths and needs Methodology Organizate teams, plan, budgets
  19. 19. The Katzenbach and Smith Model ● This model was developed by Jon Katzenbach and Douglas Smith in 1993 ● According to Katzenbach and Smith a real team has the potential for three outcomes- 1. Collective work products 2. Performance results 3. Personal growth ● To achieve all three outcomes, a team must work on three effectiveness factors: skills, accountability, and commitment .
  20. 20. This model allows teams to find a meaningful purpose and communicate that across the business. It only works with small teams that can meet regularly PROS CONS
  21. 21. Teaming T-7 MODEL Team-leader fit Team support from the organisation Thrust Talent Task Trust
  22. 22. The LaFasto and Larson Model
  23. 23. ● Model is called as “Five dynamics of Teamwork and Collaboration.” ● Research included 600 leaders and team members ● They discovered the key features that make an effective team. Author Frank LaFasto & Carl Larson, 2001
  24. 24. Team Members Team Relationships Team problem solving Organization environment Team leadership Key Features
  25. 25. It does not offer any guidance on how to achieve the dimensions they’ve identified as most critical for successful teams CONS PROS Great for people who want to understand the dynamics of teamwork and collaboration
  26. 26. Thank You

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