Answer the “Team Context and Composition Scale” questions found on pages 52 and 53 in your textbook. What was your score? Does your score indicate that your organization’s context and team composition generally support team performance? Explain why or why not. In your reply to other students, offer some suggestions of how you think their organization could improve team performance.
Dyer, W. G., Jr., Dyer, J. H., & Dyer, W. G. (2013). Team building: Proven strategies for improving team performance (5th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
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Please respond to my classmate response below:
My score on the “Team Context and Composition Scale” is only 2.15. This score indicates that the organization does not generally support teamwork or team performance. The company I work for is fairly new and there is not a lot of organization. Goals and structure of the organization are unclear, and those who are in leadership positions lack any skills to form and manage teams. Most individuals in the company work independently, and do not have very good communication skills. This makes it difficult to complete team tasks successfully. There are a few individuals who do have the experience and knowledge to really turn the company around and make improvements, but leadership and motivation for making things better does not exist.