Types of team dynamics

Team building is a vital part of any successful project. A good team that communicates well and enjoys working towards the same goals can accomplish much more than any person or group could ever hope to do on their own. When you build an effective team, you are effectively doubling your productivity without spending extra money for additional employees/labor! The best part is, team building is actually much easier than it may seem at first!

First, you need to establish how you want your team members to interact with each other. There are three main types of team dynamics:

1) Competitive – This type of dynamic can work well in situations where there are tangible goals that the team needs to meet. People in this kind of environment tend to push each other to do better and typically work best when there is a clear division of labor so that no two people are trying to accomplish the same thing at once.

2) Collaborative – This type of dynamic works well when the team is working together towards a common goal. People in this environment tend to be very supportive of each other and often help each other out by sharing resources or discussing what they are working on with their fellow team members.

Team of architects in successful presentation applauding their boss

3) Autonomous – This type of dynamic works well when the team is working towards a goal that is only partially connected but not directly related. For example, if the team was assigned to work on three different projects with no clear connection between them, an autonomous team structure would work best. People working in this kind of environment tend to get along very well and are satisfied simply by completing their assigned task on time.