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Improving Team Effectiveness

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Reynard, Sue; Kelleher, Kevin H.; Snee, Ronald D.
Date
Apr 1997
Abstract
Much has changed since teams became popular in the 1980's. Teams are now an established approach for getting work done, and organizations have learned important strategies for making teams effective. But barriers to team progress still exist, many of them the result of poor or ineffective management strategies for coordinating the efforts of many types of teams across an organization. Examination of selected case studies illustrates how effective use of teams is a skill that can be learned, practiced, and improved by managers and employees alike.
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