Management Teams: Why They Succeed Or Fail

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1981 - Management - 171 pages
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An understanding of the importance of team-building will always be a major factor in the successful growth and development of businesses. Management Teams is one of the most widely-read, imaginative and influential books in this vital area of management research.

Over the past decade, the team roles which Dr Belbin identifies in the book have become part of everyday language in organizations all over the world.

All kinds of teams and team behaviours are covered, including: The Apollo syndrome, Creativity, Leading teams, Improving unsuccessful teams, Winning teams, Team size and physical environment, Designing a team, Teams in public affairs.

At the end of the book is a self-perception inventory so that readers can match their own personalities to particular team roles.

Management Teams is required reading for managers concerned with achieving results by getting the best from their key personnel.

One of the most widely read, imaginative and influential books on this vital area of management research
Includes a self-perception inventory so you can match your personality to particular team roles

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Belbin's "Team roles" model may be a good management tool, but this book does nothing to encourage its usage. This is the third edition of the first book Belbin apparently wrote on the subject ... Read full review

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