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Becoming a Team: Achieving a Goal
by Roy C. Herrenkohl (Hardcover - Feb 1, 2007). South-Western College Pub; 2 edition (February 1, 2007).
Roy Herrenkohl's, teaching experience in Lehigh's Business School’s Executive Education courses led him to develop a course on "Teams" – a course based on student needs and one which has been taught in a variety of subject areas including business and engineering. In addition to teaching, he does research on teamwork and employee empowerment and also program evaluation research assessing the impact of educational, social and industrial training activities. Becoming a Team: Achieving a Goal will be a valuable resource for teachers and students alike in many arenas in which teamwork is taught and practiced.
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Distributed Teams- An introduction to virtual teams and organizations by Jan Sroka (Paperback - May 16, 2007). VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (May 16, 2007).
This book tries to give a better insight into the underlying concepts and ideas on virtual teams and virtual organizations. Their requirements and demands are outlined and means of communication are explained as well as the need for trust and specific skills of team members in order to succeed. It introduces virtual organizations and tips on how to manage a geographically dispersed work force. This book is intended for people interested in deploying distributed teams, project managers facing geographically dispersed teams and people who are interested in an introduction to computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) and virtual organizations. More information   

Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop Deluxe Facilitator's Guide Package by Patrick M. Lencioni (Hardcover - Jan 16, 2007). Pfeiffer; Deluxe edition (January 16, 2007).
Based the leadership fable, by Patrick Lencioni, the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop Deluxe Facilitator's Guide Package provides everything needed for high-impact workshops for intact teams. There is a Facilitator's Guide which has an introduction to the model, instructions for administering and debriefing the 38-item team assessment, and a script for presentation delivery. In addition, the package also contains a copy of the Five Dysfunctions of a Team book and the Five Dysfunctions of a Team Video Presentation (DVD), which comes with its own 27-page supplemental guide. More information    

Improving Teamwork in Organizations: Applications of Resource Management Training by Eduardo Salas, Clint A. Bowers, and Eleana Edens (Hardcover - Mar 1, 2001). Lawrence Erlbaum; 1 edition (March 1, 2001).
This book has two purposes. First, it provides those interested in designing and delivering resource management training with useful and practical information containing the latest thinking and guidance available. Second, it launches CRM training as a viable intervention that can be used to enhance teamwork and organizational effectiveness, as well as minimize human error in a wide variety of industries and organizations. More information 

Multinational Work Teams: A New Perspective (Lea's Organization and Management Series) by P. Christopher Earley and Cristina B. Gibson (Hardcover - Feb 1, 2002). Lawrence Erlbaum; 1 edition (February 1, 2002).
This authored book's purpose is to extend and consolidate the evolving literature on multinational work teams by developing a comprehensive theory that incorporates a dynamic, multilevel view of such teams. The model used by the authors focuses on various features of the team's members, their interactions as a team, and the organizational context in which they operate. More information 

Six Sigma Tool Navigator: The Master Guide for Teams (Tool Navigator) by Walter J. Michalski (Paperback - April 30, 2003). Productivity Press (April 30, 2003).
Handbook containing tools for use by teams engaged in Six Sigma activities. Includes a CD-ROM containing a searchable version of the entire text. More information

Successful Cross-Cultural Teamwork- Definitions, structures, conclusions by Rachel Chang (Paperback - May 7, 2007). VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (May 7, 2007).
The globalization phenomenon is responsible in bringing to the organizational environment an even greater exposure to diversified national cultures. Despite the tendence in homogenizing cultures, each of them is unique and sometimes not fully understood by others due to different perceptions and interpretations about the world facts. Not rare, this process leads to misunderstanding and stereotyping among team members. Companies worldwide are even more looking for collaborators with the right set of skills to deal with multicultural aspects. More information 

Team-Based Organizing (Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams) (Advances in Interdisciplinary Studies of Work Teams) by M. Beyerlein, D. Johnson, and S. Beyerlein (Hardcover - Jan 1, 2003). JAI Press (January 1, 2003).
This volume sets the stage for a context focus by describing the critical success factors that impact team environments and how to address those factors. Focuses on effective change practices for transforming organizations into effective collaborative systems. More information 

The Interaction between Task and Team by Alex Hellenthal and Eric Molleman (Paperback - April 2, 2008). VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. (April 2, 2008).
Almost every organisation and their employees work in teams. Often, autonomous teams are presented and implemented as being the best practice for increased performance. Yet, when it comes to working in teams, there exists no single best solution. In this book a case is made for matching the task a team works on with the composition of that team, and vice versa. A theoretical model on the interactive effects of task characteristics and team composition on group processes and team performance is presented and tested. More information 

The MBO Guide For Management Teams by Andy Nash (Hardcover - Jun 2005)Illustrated. Harriman House (June 2005).
This book can increase your chances of success, by describing some common elephant traps, bad practices and risks, and how best to avoid them. More information

Turning Good People Into Top Talent: Key Leadership Strategies for a Winning Company, Revised Fourth Edition by Bob Moore (Audio CD - Jan 1, 2007). The Effectiveness Press; 4th edition (January 1, 2007).
6 CD Audio and 60 Page Reference Guide Imagine...the positive impact on your bottom line with a workforce of fully engaged Top Talent executing your organization's strategy...every day! Turning Good People Into Top Talent is filled with unanticipated value...expect more than a value-added experience. More information

Work Teams: Past, Present and Future (Social Indicators Research Series Volume 6) (Social Indicators Research Series) by Michael M. Beyerlein (Hardcover - Nov 2000). Springer; 1 edition (November 2000).
This book places current and future work team practices in historical context. Researchers from 10 countries have contributed chapters that represent developments specific to their regions and that illustrate the way ideas spread around the world. Some principles of effective teaming were independently discovered in different countries, and some principles emerged from the work of researchers like Trist, Emery, and Lewin and spread around the world. More information 

Ya Gotta Wanna: Winning Takes Teamwork by Malcolm Paice (Hardcover - Sep 30, 2004). Authorhouse (September 30, 2004). More informationMore information 


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