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The team Definition: a group of people working together. Everyone who is to be part of a software development team, must have a good understanding of the human factors involved in team interaction.
In order to satisfy the demands of the industri, development teams must employ methods, processes, software languages, frameworks, and tools. It is through the efforts of the software development team, that an organization can deliver quality software systems in a repeatable, predictable, and sustainable fashion.
Aspects of Teamwork Creating a team basically means trying to put the right people together (not always technically people, but people who are dedicated to the achievement of a common goal). A jelled team is defined as a group of people so strongly knit that the whole is greater than than the sum of the parts. The productivity of such a team is greater than that of the same people working seperately in unjelled form.
Structuring Team Enviroments An organization needs to have deep understanding of its culture, workers, and management structure before it can decide on a team structure. Develop team attitude (be we not I) Be aware of too many stars (do will not gain a good product if you have to many stars) Provide team model (spend time on making the team work together)
Defining the team A team should be composed of no more than 5 to 7 individuals who are dedicated to a project and have specific goals for producing deliverables or providing a service. Agreed-upon team goals A plan for the work (projectastablishment) Established team member roles
A common teamwork process A mutual team commitment to the goals, roles, and plan A supportive environment in which to work Free communication among team members The mutual respect and support of all the team members.
The four-stage Team Development Model – describe how teams evolve Forming, or initial phase: Groups seeks purposes and relevance. Social relationships are established. The group begind to work with the leader. Storming: conflicts emerge between members owing to differences in goals and struggle for control and direction Norming: commonalities and shared interests are reconized, and processes for communications are established. Performing: a team identity has formed, and members associate strongly within the group.
The five phases for Building Team Spirit. Beginning - Sharing personal interests - Short informal social activities Visioning - Sharing vision or purpose as a group - Peer reviews of teamwork Claiming - Identifying and aligning with roles and goles in the team - Democratic team structure Celebrating - Recognition of team and individual accomplishment - Social event outlining projects milestoning Letting go - Constructive feedback among team members - Valuable and trustworthy feeling
The Tree Steps to Create a Jelled team Matching individuals with the right skills to the right roles Defining the process the team will use to create the product and establish the essential artifacts. The team can then be organized around the set of activities that produce and manipulate the artifacts. Adapting the use of tools in such a way that each individual manipulates the necessary artifacts in a manner that is appropriate to and consistent with their specif role, and also in a manner that reduces the interference between individuals.
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