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Teamwork is a highly valued skill in modern workplaces. Working in a team isn't easy, but it can be learnt and improved continuously.
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Teamwork skills are increasingly in demand.
The level of complexity and instability inside organisations is so high that even very competent professionals cannot handle it by themselves.
Organisations today need:
the integration of different skills and kinds of expertise into a wide spectrum of professionalism;
a broader and holistic problem-solving that derives from different points of view;
the contamination between different management styles, attitudes, cultures and values to effectively respond to the diversity and richness of the surrounding environment.
Multifunctionality best represents both the potential richness and the difficulties in team work.
Working together in a team isn’t always easy, but it can be learnt and improved continuously.
This course, based on Bruce Tuckman’s model of group/team development, will show you the different difficulties and challenges that groups/teams need to face during the different stages of their development in order to become a High-Performing Team.
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You can access the course absolutely free of charge and completely online.
The course materials will still be available to all registered users, even after the closing of the edition.
Further editions of this course will be activated each academic year.
This edition is part of
experience (Elearning Communication Open-Data) which focuses on
collaborative and interactive learning dynamics.
This MOOC is listed under the eLene4work “Orientation Guide”.
There are no prerequisites to take this course, but all of your personal experiences related to working in multidisciplinary teams will be a useful starting point.
The forum of this MOOC is freely accessible and participation is not guided; you can use it to compare yourself with other participants, or to discuss course contents with them.
Quizzes and scores
The course entails questions: some of them in the form of self-assessment quizzes, others as hints for personal reflection. You are not required to answer these questions to complete the course. Instead, the quiz you will find at the end of each WEEK (except in WEEK 0) will be evaluated.
Certificate of Accomplishment
The Certificate of Accomplishment will be released to anyone who successfully completed the course by answering correctly to at least 60% of the questions. You will be able
to download the Certificate of Accomplishment directly on the website.
Once you have successfully passed the course, you can request the Certificate of Accomplishment without waiting for the end of the edition.
The Certificate of Accomplishment does not confer any academic credit, grade or degree.
Ingrid Hollweck graduated in Economics and Commerce from the Otto Friedrich Universität, Bamberg (Germany) and earned a Master in Business Administration from SDA Bocconi, Milan (Italy). She has been dealing with the development of people, teams and organizations, first within the companies for which he worked, then as a consultant, for 18 years. Ingrid Hollweck is an I.C.F (International Coach Federation) certified coach. She has been working as an Executive & Corporate Coach for companies for 10 years. Other than that, she is a lecturer and facilitator for seminars on the topics of leadership and organisational behaviour.