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  • 34. 50 Essential ManagementTechniques 34 | P a g e Shalini Pandey, Research Scholar typical company. But unless the board of directors works well as a team, little good will ensue. All their knowledge of finance and operations and technology will be of little use to the board if the directors do not work as a team. Functional roles are invariably necessary because functional skills are required. It is usually better to have an accountant as financial director, rather than as a human resources director. But functional roles are not the only roles possible for team members. The following team roles have been identified, corresponding to how people work together as a team: Plant: the ideas' person. Bright, quirky, unconventional, impatient. Shaper: the person who will take an idea raised by the plant, for instance and mould or beat it into a more useful shape. Monitor-Evaluator: the person who will say, 'Great idea. Now how do we make it work? The suggested expense is way over budget. The idea will be tempered - or doused - by icy realism. Resource-Investigator: the person who will look outside the immediate team for assistance or support. Mr. or Ms. Fixit. '1 know someone who's just dying to invest. That takes care of your budget variance.' Company Worker: the person who will unselfishly work for the team. Chairperson: the person who will orchestrate the team and its roles. Team Worker: the 'people person' who keeps checking on other people's feelings. Neglect this attribute and wait for the outbursts! Completer-Finisher: the person who makes sure that the task is finally finished. Mr/Ms Details. No finisher means no finish. 33. ROLE NEGOTIATION How to develop sound relationships Role is a set of expectations which people have of a person. A person occupying the role of a judge, for instance, is often expected to be dispassionate, scrupulous and stern, whereas a person occupying the role of a popular entertainer is expected to be none of these things. Imagine our confusion, our shock, our Outrage, if popular entertainers became like judges and vice versa. Actors who become typecast find themselves trapped in a particular role which the public will not let them change. Our social identities are shaped by our roles; they are all-pervasive. In considering role and the power of role, three concepts are useful: Role ambiguity: Here the person is not sure what their role is i.e. what is expected of them. Role ambiguity is commonly' found in organizations with poor induction, i.e. most organizations. Newcomers are unsure as to quite what is expected of them. Often, confidence plummets and the person psychologically retreats by finding another job (role ambiguity is probably the biggest single reason why people leave new jobs within a short time). Alternatively, people may forge their own roles, in which case, they may encounter a different problem — role incongruity.
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