Knowledge Work in Teams

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Michael M. Beyerlein, Susan T. Beyerlein, Douglas A. Johnson
Jai Press, 1995 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
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This second volume in the series covers such topics as cross-functional teamwork, working in public and learning-in-action, organizing knowledge work systems and varieties of knowledge work experience.

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Michael M. Beyerlein is director of the Center for the Study of Work Teams and professor of industrial/organizational psychology at the University of North Texas. He is author or editor of numerous articles and books, including "Beyond Teams "and "The Collaborative Work Systems Fieldbook" (both from Pfeiffer). Cheryl L. Harris is a consultant and researcher, affiliated with the Center for the Study of Work Teams. She facilitates organizations in their change efforts to better support collaboration, is author of several book chapters, and has developed a Web-based assessment tool for collaborative work systems.

Doug Johnson is the Director of Technology for the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage (MN) Public Schools and has served as an adjunct faculty member of Minnesota State University. His teaching experience has included work in grades K-12 both here and in Saudi Arabia. He is the author of nine books including Learning Right From Wrong in the Digital Age; Machines are the Easy Part; People are the Hard Part; and The Classroom Teacher's Technology Survival Guide. His columns appear in ASCD s Educational Leadership and in Library Media Connection. Doug s Blue Skunk Blogaverages over 50,000 visits a month, and his articles have appeared in over forty books and periodicals. Doug has conducted workshops and given presentations for over 200 organizations throughout the United States and internationally and has held a variety of leadership positions in state and national organizations, including ISTE and AASL.

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