Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 1,7, FHM University of Applied Sciences, course: Moderation and Presentation, language: English, abstract: Teamwork is often conceived as difficult and exhausting. A team is composed of a number of personalities with similar or different interests. Teamwork often reaches dissolution once it faces issues. But which are the reasons that make teamwork successful? Are there certain things that must be paid attention to during the formation of a team? These questions, as well as others, are going to be answered in this paper. In the following chapters, Dr. Raymond Meredith Belbin's team role model is presented and subsequently compared to two other models. From these models, various problem-solving approaches regarding how a team can be optimally formed emerge.
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