- Information systems that support the team
- The close physical layout of a team
- Individual rewards for contributions to the team
- Individual rewards to the physical layout of the team
The Correct Answer:
C. Individual rewards for contributions to the team are not a factor that favors effective team behavior
Teamwork is the backbone of a mission. If the team is not able to work correctly or is not able to maintain a proper workflow, then a task cannot be successful without their contribution. So it is essential to maintain the trust of another individual while working as a team and ensuring to accomplish the task with 100% innovation, inspiration, and motivation.
Effective team behavior generally includes a very effective information system that maintains a proper flow of information among the team members. Effective team behavior also consists of the compact physical layout of the team and rewarding or acknowledging based on their work and contributions.
But it does not involve individual rewards for contributions to the team, as every individual is solely responsible for the mission’s outcome.
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