Presentation & Essay, Cost Accounting

Why are the main contribution teams can make to an organisation? What are the conditions necessary in organisations if people are to work effectively in teams?

* Describe what teams are, outline the different types of teams
* Apply current theory and research about the group behaviour, for example: Hawthorne, group formation, structure, processes, control and effectiveness
* Consider the right environment for the facilitation of groups
* Show an understanding of the different purposes groups serve
* Illustrate how groups can benefit organisations
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