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Some theories have provided us with distinctive techniques and tools of how organizations can build up and manage their work projects through teamwork efforts (Anna, 2015). These theories provide the guidelines by defining the effective practice organizations can employ to achieve goals and objectives through its employees. Some of the concepts I have looked upon include communication, team structure, and leadership, situation monitoring and mutual support whereby a communication concept plays the key role in teamwork (Kalian, 2003).
Both the five concepts that are applicable in teamwork I have described them fully accrediting their impacts in teamwork formation and managing so that they can prove wrong that establishing teamwork in an organization is difficult (Kalian, 2003). Therefore, organizations employing these theories are realising that establishing teamwork in organization is not difficult at all rather very simple and easy.