Facilitating group process means helping the team focus not only on what it does, but also how it does it. This usually requires a balance between concern for task and concern for how people interact (relationship). Traditionally, organizations and work groups have placed a lot of emphasis on analyzing the technical aspects of their work, in other words, the task. And when something goes wrong, usually a technical explanation is given. There has been much less emphasis placed on how the work group itself functions; how group members interact and what behaviors are most helpful to the group in accomplishing its work. Within high performance teams, group process becomes a very important element to team success. Group process is closely related to team commitment, communication and participation. Maintaining an effective group process is the responsibility of all team members.