Leading Self-Directed Work Teams
McGraw Hill Professional, 9. des. 1999 - 339 sider
A new edition of the book that lead the self-directed work teams revolution. Leading Self-Directed Work Teams is one of the best-selling books on teams ever published. Now, the perfect guide for any team leader has been revised and expanded to reflect the new realities of team-based organizations. By explaining how team leaders differ from conventional supervisors, this informative volume which is based on the author's successful seminars and workshops is especially useful for those managers who move from hierarchical to participatory structures.
This edition feature more practical examples and techniques than in the previous edition, new research, dozens of tips and checklists, case studies, and valuable training exercises. It has been used and praised by experts at Motorola, M.I.T., AT&T and many other organizations.
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Building the Foundation for Change
The Power of Values and Assumptions
The Role of the Team Leader
The Team Leader Workout
Common Problems and Uncommon Solutions
Team Leader Evaluation Tools