Organizational team building
Originally published in 1977 by Winthrop Publishers, this volume surveys all aspects of team building processes as learnable management skills. The manager's function and responsibilities as a team leader and the key behavioral concepts involved are presented. The reader is shown how to approach a team building assignment, how to develop personal management skills as a team builder, and how to use these skills in the process of developing high performing teams.
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