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1. Which of the following statements about team training is true? (Points : 5) Organizations often overestimate the amount of training required to make teams effective.
Cross-training is less appropriate for teams of highly skilled workers. The most common type of training provided is training in technical skills. Team leaders typically do not require training. The most common type of training provided is training in conceptual skills.
The most common type of training provided is training in conceptual skills.
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User: 1. Which of the following statements about team training is true? (Points : 5) Organizations often overestimate the amount of training required to make teams effective. Cross-training is less appropriate for teams of highly skilled workers. The most common type of training provided is training in technical skills. Team leaders typically do not require training. The most common type of training provided is training in conceptual skills.

Weegy: The most common type of training provided is training in conceptual skills.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Which of the following signs would indicate that a team is too small? (Points : 5) The team is experiencing minority domination. The team has too much diversity. The team finds it difficult to come up with ideas or generate solutions to problems. The team has no sense of responsibility. The team is too cohesive.

Weegy: The team is too cohesive.
danimai|Points 1504|

User: A group in Great Britain has been established to improve the employment, retention, and promotion prospects of black and ethnic minorities and women in the Fire and Rescue Service, which at present has a largely white, male demographic. At its inception, this group was in the ____ stage of team development. (Points : 5) reforming storming norming forming performing

Weegy: At its inception, this group was in the reforming stage of team development.
OxTornado007|Points 6429|

User: 4. In the ____ stage of team development, team members position themselves to gain control of pieces of the team. (Points : 5) de-forming de-norming de-storming storming reforming

Weegy: de-storming is the answer.
kathryn37|Points 0|

User: ____ is the extent to which team members are attracted to a team and motivated to remain with it. (Points : 5) Accommodation Synergy Autonomy Cohesiveness Empathy

Weegy: D. Cohesiveness
scijoe21|Points 2265|

User: Which of the following is a method used for compensating employees for team participation and accomplishments? (Points : 5) hourly wages gainsharing piecework pay retained earnings all of these

Weegy: Answer is [ b)gainsharing reference: ]
samn|Points 2991|

User: Which of the following statements regarding cohesiveness is true? (Points : 5) Cohesive groups have lower turnover. Cohesive groups engage in less cooperative behavior. Cohesive groups are always better performing groups. Cohesive groups have trouble retaining their members. High group cohesiveness equates to low team motivation.

Weegy: The answer is Cohesive groups are always better performing groups.
bongche|Points 3864|

User: Which of the following size teams usually provides the best performance? (Points : 5) 2 to 3 6 to 9 15 to 20 more than 20 All sizes tend to perform equally well.

Weegy: The answer is: All sizes tend to perform equally well. Source:
Expert answered|mackymack|Points 0|

User: Which of the following types of conflict is most strongly associated with improvements in team performance? (Points : 5) cognitive conflict horizontal conflict behavioral conflict vertical conflict affective conflict

Weegy: vertical conflict is most strongly associated with improvements in team performance.
Expert answered|mackymack|Points 0|

User: Which of the following is a factor that companies should carefully manage in order to increase the likelihood that teams will succeed? (Points : 5) the selection and training of team members the setting of team goals and priorities team compensation structural accommodations all of these

Weegy: The answer is e)all of these
Expert answered|mackymack|Points 0|



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