Impact Of Team Building On Organizational Performance


  • Dr. Ravindra Sharma
  • Deepti Dubey
  • Dr. Geeta Rana


All organization’s goals and purposes revolve around the efficient operation of the organisation, which leads to increased output and superior performance. The effect of team building on organisational performance was investigated in this study. According to the report, team development has a major role in the success and overall performance of an organisation. According to the research, team building improves employee collaboration, trust, and information sharing, all of which give an organisation a competitive edge over competitors and boost overall performance. The report recognised the main obstacles to an organization's team building process as being a lack of trust, resistance to change, an inability to share a shared objective or purposes, and a lack of managerial support. Teams in an organisation can improve organisational learning because they allow people to try new things and develop tactics that work best for them. The study came to the conclusion that team building is essential for business survival and improved performance because it fosters the kind of teamwork that organizations require to complete tasks and increase firm development, both of which are critical in the fiercely competitive business world of today.


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Sharma, D. R., Dubey, D. ., & Rana, D. G. . (2024). Impact Of Team Building On Organizational Performance. Migration Letters, 21(S7), 1939–1946. Retrieved from