Training Development Programs for Teams Introduction The objective of this document is to assess training development programs that would benefit groups and teams to gain optimum benefits. It is also the objective of this document to study the impact that group communication, collaboration and conflict Groups and Teams A collection of individuals who are loosely connected for a purpose with no shared goal or mission to achieve are known as a group. (Sims, 2002). The factor that distinguishes a team from a group is the shared goal that they try to achieve together as a team. Training and Development based on the type of Team There are so many different types of teams that are in existence today, therefore any training and development...The end:
.....stance to change – Teams can be cohesive in nature and can resist change and refuse to adapt to new situations. (Tudor, Trumble & Diaz, 1996) References Douglas, C., Martin, J. S., & Krapels, R. H. (2006). Communication in the Transition to Self-Directed Work Teams. The Journal of Business Communication, 43(4), 295 - 296. May, G. L. (2003). Group Dynamics for Teams. The Journal of Business Communication, 40(3), 241 - 245. Melton, J. (2003). When Teams Work Best. Business Communication Quarterly, 66(3), 133 - 135. Sims, R. R. (2002). Managing Organizational Behavior. Westport, CT: Quorum Books. Tudor, T. R., Trumble, R. R., & Diaz, J. J. (1996). Work-Teams: Why Do They Often Fail?. SAM Advanced Management Journal, 61(4), 31 - 36.