This book presents a structured approach to analysing the key issues related to teambuilding. It includes a series of questionnaires and activities designed to guide the reader through the key strategic decision that must be taken by any organization contemplating a teambuilding programme. The authors also examine the benefits and dangers of teambuilding as an organization development strategy.
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Key Teams and their Effectiveness
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achieve action plans activities adhocracy assess behaviour blockages clarify co-operation co-ordination coaching commitment communication competence contingency theory Core competences culture decision decision-making define development stage dimensional analysis effective team effective teamwork EFFECTIVENESS AREA energy ensure experience extent you perceive external factors feel function Groupthink help the team identify important improve individuals internal team facilitator issues istic is present item should reflect key team lack leadership learning listening maturity negative number of points open relationships organisation development priorities organisation's organisational culture perceive that character performance points to allocate problem solving programme recognise relationships requires role scores senior management skills stages of team Step strategy task team approach team becomes team development consultant team effectiveness team leader team manager team members team's Teambuilder's teambuilding events teambuilding intervention teambuilding need teambuilding process Teambuilding Readiness Teamwork Index tion Top managers trust vision Woodcock