The Role of Team Effectiveness in Promoting Work Output.
The study assessed the impact of teamwork on organizational productivity on the staff members of web design companies; Facio Innovations technology and Unique Tech Solutions. The research employed both qualitative and quantitative tools in analyzing the relationship between the independent variable (teamwork) and the dependent variable. The study revealed a significant positive impact of the predictors on the response variable with an adjusted R2 of 84%. Qualitative analysis of both organizations reveals a great user experience achieve when projects are executed by teams. The study recommends teamwork activities have to be adopted by Fintech companies in order to enhance their performance and productivity.
Keywords: Employee Performance, Teamwork, Organizational effectiveness.
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