Team Working for Increasing Work Effectiveness

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กิตติทัช เขียวฉอ้อน Kittitach Keawchaoon
ธีระวัฒน์ จันทึก Thirawat Chantuk


Team working is a necessary strategy for increasing of organization working effectiveness. In order to create an effective team working, team members should understand the principal of team working and have team leader who possesses good leadership skills and vision. This article has 3 objective; 1) to review fundamental knowledge related to concepts, theories, and researches on team working for increasing of organization working effectiveness, and 2) to introduce the support that foster team work which are motivation and communication and 3) to introduce a conceptual framework for increasing of organization working effectiveness. The framework might be a useful tool for exploring a novel knowledge regarding working effectiveness increasing by team working. Such framework might be used as a guidance for organization staff development in order to create an effective team working which leads to achievement of desired organization goal.

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Kittitach Keawchaoon ก. . เ., & Thirawat Chantuk ธ. จ. (2018). Team Working for Increasing Work Effectiveness. Dusit Thani College Journal, 11(1), 355–370. Retrieved from
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