Teamwork and Synergy

Teamwork and synergy are main ingredients to high performance. Yet there are times when it would be better to make use of individual effort rather than teamwork to accomplish a goal. For example , if a job requires a superior degree of specialization, it might be better to assign the work to one person rather than to a group (Moran, Abramson & Moran, 2014).

The concept behind great synergy would be that the combined efforts of a well-synchronized team produce results better than those created by any member working upon it’s own. It’s the equivalent of a symphony in which the harmonious interaction of each player provides an impressive masterpiece that exceeds the musical capacities of any single music performer.

Creating and maintaining positive synergy is not easy, but it really can be made easier by developing some of the characteristics of powerful teamwork. Such as building trust, fostering camaraderie and marketing learning from the other person, as well as guaranteeing clear communication among users.

In addition , an excellent manager can foster synergy by allowing the team do its job and provide the perfect tools and resources. This will likely save time, energy and conflict that can arise each time a manager tries to do the work themselves. For example , a development group might be more productive when allowed to develop their own code and put into practice the design, not having interference from a manager. This might result in a better product that meets the needs of your user and exceeds expected values.

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