Organisation Development Through Teambuilding: Planning a Cost Effective Strategy
Teambuilding has been one of the most enduring themes in organisation development over the past two decades. A team may be simply defined as any group who must significantly relate with each other in order to accomplish shared objectives. Teambuilding is the process of planned and deliberate encouragement of effective working practices whilst diminishing difficulties or blockages which interfere with the team's competence and resourcefulness.
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