HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF TEAM BUILDING
Vyshyvanaya E.N.1 (Podolsk, Russian Federation) – firstname.lastname@example.org
1Tolbinskaya Secondary School named after the Hero of the Russian Federation test pilot N.D. Karimov
Abstract. This article describes in detail the evolution of the socio-historical process of team building. The author uses general scientific research methods (system synthesis, horizontal comparative analysis, forecasting, dialectical and other methods of theoretical research) in order to consider the history of the development of team building from the point of view of the process taking place in the organization. With the help of the analysis of special literature on the research problem, the author of the article explores the problem of forming a scientific and evidence-based view of the effectiveness of team-building activities as a fundamental concept of managerial management. Presents different scientific and theoretical views describing the root causes and prerequisites of team activity, ways of developing team skills in different time periods. The paper compares the historical conditions of the formation of Western and Eastern European mentalities. The researcher draws conclusions about the special way of domestic team building, taking into account the national flavor, the difficult spatial and numerical composition of the country, formed by the collaboration of Western and eastern civilizations. The article presents the materials of scientific research works of significant theorists and practitioners on the history of management development and rational labor organization. The concepts of working teams of Russian, Japanese and American management, as well as domestic, Western European and American scientific approaches to the development of the theory of team building are compared. The author suggests that the use of proven and time-tested effective models and approaches in managing the process of team building will have a positive impact on the process of reconstructing educational organizations into educational complexes. The practical significance of the study is to determine the prospects for choosing the methodological foundations and team-building functions of the heads of educational complexes, taking into account the international and Russian historical past on this topic and the national mentality. The presented cognitive practices on team building will allow to accumulate, enrich and broadcast cognitive experience and knowledge, expand interests on the research topic.
Keywords: genesis of team building, mentality, individualism, collectivism, organization management, people management technologies, scientific organization of labor, working groups, team, labor motivation, management.
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For citation: Vyshyvanaya E.N. Historical aspects of team building. CITISE, 2023, no. 1, pp. 131-143. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15350/2409-7616.2023.1.11