taskwork

taskwork

(ˈtɑːskˌwɜːk)
n
1. hard or unpleasant work
2. (Commerce) a rare word for piecework
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Structural interdependence can be a result of the taskwork (for example, the need for shared resources) or the team's organizational structure (for example, role B depends on the output of role A).
Two knowledge domains (i.e., psychiatry/medicine and nursing) coincided with established professional roles more than other domains did; and one domain (i.e., team coordination) corresponded to teamwork while other domains corresponded to taskwork. The diverse nature of knowledge domains may affect the distribution of expertise redundancy and TM measures and their effects on team performance.
They describe concepts related to team training and approaches that contrast team taskwork and teamwork; assessment and feedback mechanisms for teams; adaptive team training applications, their effects, and their weaknesses, with discussion of military teams and team training for spaceflight, as well as how adaptive instructional tools like intelligent tutoring systems might be used to make non-adaptive team training more adaptive and responsive to the learning needs of teams; and multi-disciplinary perspectives on team tutoring, including the roles of authors, instructional designers, human factors scientists, software programmers, and subject matter experts in adaptive instruction.
A configural theory of team processes: Accounting for the structure of taskwork and teamwork.
Team performance can be conceptualized as a multi-level process in which team members engage in individual- and team-level taskwork and teamwork (Kozlowski and Klein, 2000).
They don't naturally bring up teamwork issues, which may be creating some of the taskwork problems.
(2010) found that the content of most training interventions focused on "teamwork competencies" such as communication, leadership, and role clarity, as opposed to "taskwork competencies" such as development of technical skills.
We also examine the quality of cognitive messages and the level of team effectiveness in order to measure taskwork and teamwork, respectively.
But there is something odd in selecting a poem Benjamin barely mentions and in ignoring the allegory of writing that Algernon Swinburne discovered in"Une Martyre":"Allegory is the dullest game and the most profitless taskwork imaginable; but if so minded a reader might extract most elaborate meanings between the Muse of the writer and that strange figure of a beautiful body with the head severed....
McIntyre and Salas (1995) justified the theory that team behaviors could be categorized into two diverse tracks taskwork track (labeled as the taskwork mental model) and teamwork track (labeled as the teamwork mental model).
In cooperative learning groups students are required to learn academic subject matter (taskwork) and also to learn the interpersonal and small group skills required to function as part of a group (teamwork).