Teams: together each achieves more success : how to develop peak performance teams for world-class results
A bestselling business author supplies hundreds of examples and anecdotes to show how any executive and organization can become more productive, more competitive and more successful through teamwork. Lundy lists simple team-building principles that leaders can apply to all levels of an organization's activities. Forming teams, setting attainable goals, devising winning strategies, including outside parties on the work team and evaluating progress are among the many topics covered in this clearly-written and easy-to-understand volume. Teams is an excellent management tool for any executive who wants to tap the creative power of teamwork.
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