For any team to be successful there are various factors that are supposed to be input place (Levi, 2007). They include full participation, an individual must be committed to attaining a mutual goal, share a similar belief and the team must have more similarities than differences. There are various reasons that cause conflicts among team members. The reasons include perception between members of the teams, the decisive factor, fear and poor communication (Buchanan &. Huczynski, 2010). These problems have made many organizations perform poorly in terms of goods and service production. Team leaders should put in place measures that seek to prevent sabotages that hinder teams to be effective in organizations. Such measures include coming up with strategies that prevent the occurrence of conflicts among team members.
In order for Electron to accomplish its strategic direction, the company’s teams need to work efficiently in all aspects of production. At Electron Company, the idea of the team is expansive and it includes various teams across engineering, sales and marketing, manufacturing, finance, and human resources. Teamwork enables most organizations to achieve success which is dependant on team member’s direction, commitment and drive to work for a common purpose and goal (Robbins &. Judge, 2012). A team is a small number of individuals with complementary expertise and committed to a common goal, purpose, approach, and performance for which they believe to be accountable. The electron has established various guides that include staff who represents and directs new members of the staff. The company has also mandated staff to guide the teams which perform poorly. Those teams that do not meet the set achievement deadline are given a warning and members threatened to be fired (Belbin, 2010).