Building productive teams: an action guide and resource book, Volume 318
Provides practical step-by-step guidance on how to improve teamwork and increase the productivity and efficiency of groups within any organization. Shows how to recognize symptoms of unproductive teams, improve team member relations, and clarify roles and goals. Gives strategies for solving problems that often plague work groups and demonstrates how to apply them.
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Dynamics of Successful Teamwork
Recognizing Unproductive Teams
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