Another factor about successful teams is camaraderie, meaning comradeship, fellowship, and loyalty. The people on these teams genuinely like each other and work hard to develop and maintain their relationships. So, you will say, that is all well and good for teams whose members like each other, but what if they don't like each other? (Peter Grazier,2004,Internet) According to our case, all of sale employees competed with each other, because their commission related with their sales volume. So they were competitors, not cooperators
In general, people and teams are stimulated by being given responsibility. Having ownership of an identifiable block of work is a long-held tenet of motivation in groups. Responsibility can be tricky, however. Implied in this concept is the understanding that the responsibility comes along with authority to make the necessary changes. Teams that have both the responsibility and authority tend to maintain motivation over longer periods of time. (Peter Grazier,2004,Internet).
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