6 Habits of Highly Effective Teams
In 6 Habits of Highly Effective Teams, management consultants Stephen E. Kohn and Vincent D. O'Connell provide a model of superior team performance that draws on the coauthors' 50 years of combined organizational development experience and research. Highly effective teams, Kohn and O'Connell insist, are characterized less by the technical competencies of individual team members, and more by widespread agreement and alignment with a small but extremely relevant set of team processes, values, and understandings.
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Stephen E. Kohn
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