After these first three phases, Belbin would argue that the team needs a balance of all nine team roles to become successful and effective! Avoidance of accountability. It gives you direction. Now let's be careful here. The team is dependent on the team leader to guide them.
Therefore the Team leader is encourages directing the team and establishing objectives clearly. What are they doing well? One of the first tasks that teams should do is establish ground rules.
Storming, they concluded, is not a stage at all, but a consistent occurrence. Some team members may find this hard because they liked the routine of the group, have made close friendships or if the future, after leaving this team, looks bleak and unpromising. So, recognize conflicts and resolve them early on.
The team leader should ensure that there is time for the team to celebrate the success of the project and capture best practices for future use. Conclusion Applying the Bruce W. The other members of the team include: Peter: 10 years experience on various types of projects, expertise in scheduling and budget control office location: San Diego Sarah: 5 years experience as an individual contributor on projects, strong programming background, some experience developing databases office location: Chicago Mohammed: 8 years experience working on various projects, expertise in earned value management, stakeholder analysis and problem solving office location: New York Donna: 2 years experience as an individual contributor on projects office location: New York Ameya: 7 years experience on process improvement projects, background in developing databases, expertise in earned value management office location: San Diego Sandra has worked on projects with Sarah and Mohammed, but has never worked with the others.