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In this paper I will discuss how a team leader assesses how big the team is needed in order to accomplish the task assigned to them. This paper will also discuss the how conflicts can arise while trying to meet their goals. Such as which person works better in certain areas. I will also talk about how a team leader resolves their problems that may accure. In addition I will also discuss if team work will take longer to complete task along with some of its advantages. I will also point out some of the resistors to team work like not have the proper tools or supplies. I will also discuss how to be proactive so that you don’t run into this situation. Last but least I will give my own personal opinion on what I think when it comes to team work and how efficient it can be for the whole department. After speaking to one of my old supervisors and asking him how he went about making the determination of the size of the crew needed for the job. First explained that he would see how big the job was what equipment was going to be needed for the job. Next he would determine which of the guys would be needed to do the job. Now the size of the team was determined by how experienced the workers are in what the job calls for. The main thing he looked for in his workers skills were technical expertise, problem-solving and decision-making skills and interpersonal skills. He explain that he could have a hundred works but not have the experience to get the job done in the time frame given. So that’s why his people are carefully chosen so that it can go according to plan and making this operation very cost efficient and correct. He said usually smaller teams are the best and it reduces the risk of communication breakdown. As an example he said that if they had to ship out twenty windshields he would need all packing materials to be ready and make sure that he had seven people for the job to be done in a timely manner. Two of the seven would prep the shipping boxes the other two would properly pack the windshield so that it would get to the proper destination without damage. The other two would put all warning stickers and make sure that they were put at the right loading docks so that they could be sure.
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The last person would inspect that right part was being shipped to the proper location on the order forms from the customers (dealers) and making the final calls that parts were on their way. When I asked him if he came across any conflict of any type his response was no, the reason he said no was because he cross trained everyone in the department and put his strongest workers in the position that they exceed in. also he built up a relation between them as far as work was concerned. Another he had weekly meetings and would listen to all concerns and let them talk it out amongst themselves and then in the end after listing to everyone he would answer all concerns that were in his control. The concerns that were beyond his pay grade he would bring it up to his supervisors and the following week he would inform his employees with the best answer that was given to him by his supervisor. His most common conflict wasn’t so his employees as he explain it was having the right part in stock or the part being in the right location. As went along with the interview I asked if he felt that team work might take longer than it would a single person. Surprising he said it all depends the on the task at hand and how well it’s prepared and if all supplies are in stock. Like the large load of windshields being shipped out would require a large team where a single person may not even close to finishing a third of the shipment due to the fact he would have to stop and look for some else with time on their hands or pull a busy person from his job to be able to lift the windshield to be able to finish packing it. By doing this it slows the entire shipping department and causing a little confusion that may cause some conflict. By better planning of larger jobs makes it a lot easier and more efficient to get the job done in a shorter time. I believe that having the right team and all the proper materials that team work would not take longer to do the job. I must also keep in mind that in a team work environment communication becomes the key fact due to the fact if communication breaks down it can lead to disaster. You must always be on top of making sure that the right orders were sent out by communicating frequently.
There are many different types of resistors when it comes to team work and the one I found in our job environment was not having the right part to ship ran out of packing material due to back orders or not having the address to ship to. This affects the team greatly causing work to pile up while waiting for back orders to be filled pushing current work back to fill the back orders coming in making them a priority to get the old out and then work with the current. Even then with careful planning and watch due dates for back orders to arrive can help better plan how to organize your personnel. I’m a firm believer that being proactive in any situation and staying ahead of the game even when behind can only lead to positive outcomes in the end. I believe team work is more efficient when it calls for it. A good team starts with a great leader as well as a great team makes a great leader meaning that as long that there is a respect boundary between the leader and workers are there efficiency is already there. The best way to make sure that your team is working in a efficient manner its best to prioritize your day in advance make sure everything you need for the next day is there and list your task by priority. Next set deadlines corresponding to what you have prioritized the night before in the order you put them last but least make sure your work space is organized and paper work is order to be able to start a fresh day. In doing this helps ensure that your team is running efficient and to their max potential. Leaving no room for conflicts or miscommunication for course of the day. In this paper you have read how a team leader determines what size the team should be and how they make their determination. You have also read on what kind of conflicts may occur in a team environment and how they can be resolved. I have also explained on how resistors can affect the team and they are not always within the team its self. You have also read how teams can be more efficient when properly organized.