Discuss Tuckman's Stages Of Team Development

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You can't expect a new team to perform well when it first comes together. Through time many team development theories have been set with the aim of better understanding team work and accomplishing the given task as efficient as possible. Such as Tuckman’s group development stages; in his theory he recognizes that teams develop through different stages, from forming to performing. These are the stages we will be explained in the following paragraphs. The team Tuckman studied was small groups’ behavior, from several perspectives and aspects. While doing so he noticed that there were two main characteristics common to these small groups, first the interpersonal, and the provided task activity. From this he got to the conclusion that groups develop…show more content…
In this stage many teams might fail, if they don’t get the suitable guidance. Storming often when conflict rise between team members’ working styles. They may work in different ways for all sorts of reasons but, if differing working styles cause unforeseen problems, they may become frustrated and disturb the working process. The storming stage is necessary to the growth of the team; therefore tolerance of each team member and their differences should be emphasized. To avoid failing; thus the leader should have a dominant…show more content…
In other words this theory does not only decide the quality of the outcome of a group work.it directly determines the time by which a task would be accomplished. A more manifest effect of this theory could be noticed if two groups were given the same task as an experiment and only one of them utilized Tuckman's theory. We could then safely assume that one group would have noticeable scores in both teamwork and the time spent on the task. As well as the leader will need to work on developing the skills of each member and deepening their understanding of how the dynamics of the team actually manifest under

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