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Team Building: Impact of Personal & Cultural Differences By Patrick Covington
Instructor: Brian Stepp
Organizational Communication
Argosy University, Washington, DC

Importance of Teamwork

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Teamwork is a concept set in motion to achieve success by a team or group (Sugarman, K, 2004). To be successful in accomplishing the team mission, every member of the team must contribute effectively for the concept to work. Working together as a team will increase the positive effective results, in what task the team is set out to accomplish. It is also important that each member dedicate themselves to the group and understand each team member's role in order to work together smoothly, and understand the cultural differences between members. Importance of Teamwork in the Work Place

Teamwork building is imperative and is very important to have for any business or organization to be successful (Derek Stockley, 2007). Employers and employees are usually in a situation where teamwork is applied to accomplish a task to benefit the company (Binkley, 2007). Foundation is an important characteristic to have when utilizing the teamwork concept (Binkley, 2007).

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For every employee and employer, that is part of a team, it is imperative that each member of the team knows each other's strengths and weaknesses. This will allow each member to assess each other in a manner where each member of the team, is respected and can work together effectively. Teamwork is very essential (Binkley, 2007). It creates a more simplified and professional work environment for those who understand each other's position, culture differences and work ethics. It creates a complex work environment and limits the concept of teamwork if these important essentials are not...
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