Several management thinkers have identified the crucial contribution that high-performance teams - superteams - make in successful organizations. This book attempts to provide a practical, step-by-step account of how to select, develop and deploy these different teams in order to achieve above-average performance. Using real-life examples, the authors describe how the leaders and members of outstanding teams operate, and the conditions that facilitate this operation.
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Several management writers have identified the crucial contribution that high-performing teams – Superteams – make in successful organisations. But none has given a practical, step-by-step account of how to select, develop and deploy these different kinds of teams in order to achieve above-average performance.
The authors of 'Superteams' have done just that – this book is the fruit of many years of hands-on experience working with teams in a wide range of organisations. Using many real-life examples, they describe how the leaders and members of outstanding teams operate. They also tell senior managers how to create the climate in which teamworking can thrive. The benefits are impressive, not only in terms of results, but also in an organisation's ability to stay ahead of fast-changing circumstances.
"An excellent, practical book for top teams wanting to question honestly the importance of their contribution to business performance"
PAUL SANDS, former Sales and Distribution Director of Premier Brands (formerly Cadbury/Typhoo)
"Direct, dynamic and punchy"
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Book Description HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS LTD, 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6370497