Difference between revisions of "Team"

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A '''team''' is a group of people or animals who are working together to perform a task. There is a [[leader]] who coordinates the efforts of the team. Each team member may perform part of the task in a specialized area or all the team members may work together to combine their efforts at a single chore.  
 
A '''team''' is a group of people or animals who are working together to perform a task. There is a [[leader]] who coordinates the efforts of the team. Each team member may perform part of the task in a specialized area or all the team members may work together to combine their efforts at a single chore.  
  
Examples of teams are, horses or dogs where they combine strength to pull a cart or sled, sportsmen who do different tasks in playing games like [[football]] or [[basketball]], and computer programmers where they work together to complete an assigned [[application]].
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Examples of teams of animals are horses or dogs, where they combine strength to pull a cart or sled.
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Examples of human teams are sportsmen who do different tasks in playing games like [[football]] or [[basketball]], and computer programmers where they work together to complete an assigned [[application]].
 
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Latest revision as of 07:36, 22 February 2013

A team is a group of people or animals who are working together to perform a task. There is a leader who coordinates the efforts of the team. Each team member may perform part of the task in a specialized area or all the team members may work together to combine their efforts at a single chore.

Examples of teams of animals are horses or dogs, where they combine strength to pull a cart or sled.

Examples of human teams are sportsmen who do different tasks in playing games like football or basketball, and computer programmers where they work together to complete an assigned application.