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Managing Teams for Dummies
In the ever-changing world of work, the idea of spending some or all of your time working in teams is becoming more and more common. From solving problems, to tackling projects, to providing organizational leadership, the roles and importance of teams continue to grow. Leading a team is no easy job, but when a team gels, they can far outperform traditional work groups. Man ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published August 16th 2002 by John Wiley & Sons
(first published August 15th 2002)
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The book I read to research this post was Managing Teams For Dummies by Marty Brounstein which is a very good book which I bought from kindle. A team as defined in this book is a group of worker from 4- 13 working towards a common goal. If you have less than 4 they tend to pull in their own directions and there is no cohesion. More than 13 and it gets bogged down in red tape. It is a fallacy that all the members have to be happy because at the end of the day some people aren't natural team playe ...more
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