NOVEL APPROACH TO EMPLOYEES FOR EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY IN TEAMWORK
There are numerous proven effective methods for improving the effectiveness and efficiency in teamwork as well as arguments to which methods correspond to certain circumstances. This work‘s focus, however, is not upon WHAT is used as methods; neither upon WHY those methods are used, but rather upon HOW the team members may effectively and efficiently use whichever methods they find appropriate. The novel approach is suggested, which is expected to enable significant improvement in the outcome of the project fulfillment, without any limitation to the set of methods that are used. The approach is individually created with regard to the notion of Drivers and Working styles and Transactional Analysis as recognized and widely used personality theory. Personal communication doors relevant to behavior, feelings and thinking are discussed as well as sentences patterns as indicators to dominant Drivers and/or Working styles. The results and conclusions are summarized according to several employees‘ Working styles categories.
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