Team Transitions

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Lulu.com, 2006 - 84 pages
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Teams naturally organize as they react to their business, leadership, and culture. This book shows team leaders how to work with the strengths of the underlying organization style to improve their project results.
 

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Contents

Mapping Internetworked Teams
6
The Death of Charts
9
Bygone Heroes
15
TRAPS TO AVOID
21
FORMALLY INTERNETWORKED
27
Moving Forward End Notes References 29 29
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About the author (2006)

Dennis Smith spent 18 years with the New York City Fire Department. Smith lives in New York City.

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