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Teambuilding

***** 1: Introduction

1.1 Problem definition and Objective of study

1.2 Proposed Methodology

1.3 Scope and Limitation of study

Chapter 2: Literature review

*****.1 ***** solving

2.2 Team building and team working

2.3 Organizational learning

2.4 Leadership development

2.5 Career development and professional growth

Chapter 3: Methodology

Chapter 4: Discussion

Chapter 5: Recommendations

Chapter 6: Conclusion

***** 7: Appendix A Chapter 8: Appendix B

***** 9: Appendix C

9.1 Awareness & Understanding of Strategy ***** Objectives

9.2 Training

9.3 Manager's Support

9.***** Empowerment

9.5 Team meeting frequency

9.***** Team meeting attendance

9.7 BUL ***** meeting attendance

9.8 Impact & Effectiveness of HPT Structure

9.9 Impact & Effectiveness ***** HPT Structure

9.10 Years with Michelin

9.11 Length of ***** Certification

9.***** Positive aspects of HPT Structure

9.13 Suggested Improvements

Chapter 10: Bibliography

Introduction

***** the modern day organization, *****s are *****ten used in operational procedures. This be because they allows groups of people within organizations to work closely with one another ***** arrive at a solution for a problem or to ********** at an idea for a new project. Teams, when comprised of like-minded people, foc***** on achieving goals work better than a single individual pursuing the same goal. Management's role in develop*****g and nurturing a te*****m is important, selection of team members who can coordinate ***** ***** without friction ***** also important. (Schilling and Hill, 1998) Organizations constantly change and evolve over time. Learning in any organization is the result of the knowledge and skill gained by employees at different levels ***** the organiz*****ion. Learning is never considered a *****-time phenomenon; r*****ther, it is a process that constantly occurs within the organization.

***** definition and Objective of study

***** objective of this study is to evaluate ***** understand ***** effectiveness ***** team working and constant ***** in an organization.

There are many advantages of ***** learn*****g and team working. A team setup can help motivate ***** improve the productivity of the *****. It is important ***** ensure ***** the ***** ***** any specific task is comprised of members ***** are ********** and posses ***** required skills needed to carry out the task. The size ***** ***** team, the task for which the ***** is set up and the roles ***** duties of individual member of the team all play an ***** role in ensur*****g the success ***** the *****.

Team working and the constant learning that teams introduce in organizations ***** ***** create friction among employees from different departments within the organization. ***** can also become a problem if the knowledge th*****t is gained ***** the learning process is not used effectively.

***** ***** and team working when implemented for the first time can produce dramatic results. A cautionary point ***** proper implementation. Organizations should however, recognize important aspects of action learning. ***** post ***** stage and maintaining ***** momentum of the learning is ***** important. This ***** analyses the post implementation of an ***** learning ***** high performance team ***** initiative undertaken at Michelin North America company in

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