How to address the pain points

ESSAY: BUSINESS By This paper delves in analysis of the Tuckmans Stages of Team Development and the pain points that the IncredibleApps Company faces in their production. The report as well gives the pieces of advice that can better the productivity of the Company. It is therefore important to note that this is a report on the company. Considering the stages of team development, as discussed by Tucksman, the members ought to have put on board at the formation stage. They were to be aware of what they were producing and the team was to be committed in the production process. This therefore means that they never worked in reference to the mission of the Company. This misunderstanding therefore led to the poor performance. Working when as a team raises the team spirit thereby leading to the increase in productivity (Eugene 2000).
Another better way of improving the productivity of the team is by the delegation of duties appropriately in the team. The leaders are then appointed from the members. Through this, there will be an improved effective way of communication within the team. Poor communication is a major cause of business failure. it is therefore important to highlight that through roper communication, the team will always be punctual to whichever job they are called upon to do. Communication is a very crucial factor in any business institution; it also enhances readiness for the members. This in the long run is for the better of the Company in regards to productivity (Eugene 2000)..
Another important way for the improvement of the company’s productivity is by making arrangements in advance, proper accounting and record keeping. A company that has well kept records makes finds it easier in doing counter checking on the progress of its progress (Eugene 2000).
It is therefore important for the IncredibleApps Company to develop better ways of communicating with the employees. Proper planning is too ideal for the company as well as effective supervision of the workers by the management.
Eugene, F. Business Psychology and Organisational Behaviour: A Students Handbook, Boston, Psychology Press, 2000.