Unit 19 P1

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| Definition| Bree’s New World|
A formal team| A formal team is a team which is created for one certain purpose. E.g. a department in a company.| Bree’s New World has a few departments and every department has their own formal team which means that the employees at a certain department will work to achieve a given aims.| An informal team| Informal teams have not structure whatsoever and they do not focus on specialty. There is no manager/leader; team members are completely equal in informal teams. Since there is no specialty, it means that any task done by one team member can be done any other team member as well. Informal teams are common in startups, where all the people involved are equal and have the same skills.| At Bree’s New World every department and employee has/have their own specialities. This means that other people can’t take over their tasks what doesn’t make it an informal team. | Size e.g. small or large| The size of a team needs to be equal to the individuals which are needed within a team. The optimum team size has been suggested as five because it might avoid mistakes, will prevent deadlock and is small enough to involve everyone. While others say that a modern team should be between five and 15 members, large enough to provide sufficient resources, but small enough to function efficiently.| At Bree’s New World they work in small teams because they think this is more efficient. | Temporary project/task teams| These concepts are set up for a relatively short period of time to complete a task. The people will work during the projects or task and when it’s finished they will split e.g. a property development team. | At Bree’s New World the director of the company works together with a few artists, but not permanent so every time they are done with a project they will split.| Permanent groupings| A Permanent grouping or a permanent team is one that will work together continuously e.g. teachers. | The departments at Bree’s...
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