Ch 21: ILTS Business: Teams in a Business Setting

About This Chapter

The business, marketing, and computer education exam from Illinois Licensure Testing Systems (ILTS) tests you on 'team' concepts such as traits of effective teams and motivation theory. These lessons can help make reviewing for the test easier.

ILTS Business, Marketing, and Computer Education: Teams in a Business Setting - Chapter Summary

In the Teams in a Business Setting chapter, you can review what goes into an effective team within an organization and the theory behind working in teams. Lessons in this chapter include:

  • Characteristics of effective teams
  • Groups in organizations: formation, types and quiz
  • Group size and performance
  • Motivation theory: needs-based and behavior-based
  • Reward systems and employee behavior: intrinsic and extrinsic rewards

To make the most of your study experience, you'll want to emphasize key words and the most important ideas in each of these lessons. Our video instructors make this easier, using relatable examples and visual cues to help you remember the information in these videos.

ILTS Business, Marketing, and Computer Education: Objectives

The Illinois Licensure Testing Systems (ILTS) offers the content-area exam in Business, Marketing, and Computer Education to determine your eligibility for teacher licensing in this subject. You'll earn a score of 100-300 on the test. You'll have to earn at least a 240 to apply for licensing.

The exam consists of 125 multiple-choice questions. Our video lessons include self-assessment quizzes, which helps you prepare in two ways:

  • You can track your progress as you go with the quizzes so you can see how well you're learning the material
  • You can gain experience with the kinds of questions found on the ILTS exam

5 Lessons in Chapter 21: ILTS Business: Teams in a Business Setting
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Characteristics of Effective Teams: Examples and Qualities

1. Characteristics of Effective Teams: Examples and Qualities

Effective teams can contribute heavily to the success of an organization. This lesson explores the key characteristics that make teams effective in the business world. You'll see an example of each characteristic and learn about underlying, supportive aspects of effectiveness.

Groups in Organizations: Formation & Types

2. Groups in Organizations: Formation & Types

There are many different types of groups, likely more than you may be aware of. In this lesson, we will explore the various types of groups and how they are defined. We will also look at how or why they form, as this will give us a better understanding of their focus and design.

How Size Affects Group Performance

3. How Size Affects Group Performance

Group size has a direct impact on group productivity and function, allowing different roles to emerge that will influence how the group operates and interacts. In this lesson, we will review group size as a variable in group performance.

Motivation Theory: Needs-Based & Behavior-Based

4. Motivation Theory: Needs-Based & Behavior-Based

There are two schools of thought used to explain employee motivation in the workplace. Needs-based theory states that employees have certain needs that must be met in order to be motivated to perform. Behavior-based theory believes motivating factors influence behavior towards work.

Reward Systems & Employee Behavior: Intrinsic & Extrinsic Rewards

5. Reward Systems & Employee Behavior: Intrinsic & Extrinsic Rewards

Have you ever wondered why some employees are more motivated than others to work at a higher level of productivity? This lesson explains how managers use intrinsic and extrinsic rewards to reinforce positive employee behavior.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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