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"Acme" in group professional activities

Plan

1. The working team as a socio-psychological iole of collective acme.

2. The organizational environment of the working team as an external condition for the development of a collective “acme”.

3. Socio-psychological characteristics of the work team as an internal condition for the development of collective acme.

Key words: work team, collective “acme”, organizational environment of the work team.

- a working team - a small number of people (possible volume from 2 to 25, but usually no more than 10–12 people) who have complementary skills, are connected by a common idea, striving for common goals, sharing responsibility for their achievement and are characterized by high functioning efficiency;

- collective “acme” - manifestations of superprofessionalism in the work of the working team, expressed, in particular, in the high degree of development of a number of important applied skills among all its members;

- organizational environment of the work team - a set of characteristics of the organization within which the work team functions.
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"Acme" in group professional activities

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    Plan 1. The working team as a socio-psychological field of collective acme. 2. The organizational environment of the working team as an external condition for the development of a collective “acme”. 3. Socio-psychological characteristics of the work team as an internal condition for the development of collective acme. Key words: work team, collective “acme”, organizational environment of the work team. -
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