4 edition of When teams work best found in the catalog.
When teams work best
Frank M. J. LaFasto
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Contributions||Larson, Carl E.|
|LC Classifications||HD66 .L33 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 221 p.|
|Number of Pages||221|
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Building on sound theory and relying on extensive research, they offer specific, practical tools that will deliver team by: Inthey published the best-selling book TeamWork; What Must Go Right/What Can Go Wrong, which reported the results of an in-depth study of some of the most successful teams in recent history and identified the eight characteristics of high performance teams.
When Teams Work Best advances this groundbreaking research by probing more deeply. When Teams Work Best 6, Team Members and Leaders Tell What It Takes to Succeed By Frank LaFasto and Carl Larson Published by Sage Publications, ISBN Introduction Teams are everywhere in business and industry, and in government, schools, hospitals and profes-sional associations — indeed, almost everywhere.
The authors talked with hundreds of people in more than thirty companies to get intel on how teams work best and how they can be more effective. This book showcases the most important element in team success; who excels at team leadership, why company change depends on teams, and more. Sinek would argue that cutthroat teams also lack great leaders.
In his work with organizations around the globe, Sinek noticed some key differences between teams that trust each other and teams that are doomed to fail.
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When Teams Work Best helps us understand what makes teams succeed, why teams fail, and what can be done to improve the ability of a team to work together productively. Sometimes teams work effectively, but often they don't.
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The authors (both professors at Stanford GSB), draw on hundreds of case studies to focus on how to spread a mindset, rather than a specific set of rules or : Jody Porowski. When tensions arise in teams with healthy dynamics, it leads to bigger thinking and innovation.
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