Making Teams Work: How to Form, Measure, and Transition Today's Teams

Making Teams Work: How to Form, Measure, and Transition Today's Teams

Making Teams Work: How to Form, Measure, and Transition Today's Teams

Making Teams Work: How to Form, Measure, and Transition Today's Teams

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Making Teams Work: How to Form, Measure, and Transition Today’s Teams is the introductory course in AMA’s self-study program on teamwork and teams. The purpose of this course is to help you achieve identified business objectives through the vehicle of teams. This course is useful for team members at all levels, whether you are the leader of a team, its sponsor, or an active team member. Whatever your role, you will gain practical knowledge about the various kinds of teams your organization can use, the situations each type of team is best suited for, the problems each can solve, and the conditions necessary for their success. Whether your interest is in maximizing the performance of a single cross-functional project team or in helping work unit teams succeed across your organization, you’ll find role models in real-life examples from successful companies. Applying team-tested techniques, you will develop skills for setting measurable goals, leading and participating in teams, overcoming obstacles to goal accomplishment, measuring team effectiveness, and handling team transitions. With these skills in place, your organization will be prepared to use its teams productively to accomplish its business goals.

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