Credit goes to the Tavistock Institute in the United Kingdom for instituting the idea of team studies, just after World War II. The research at the “Tavvy”—as insiders called it–wrote […]
Did you hear the story about the two hikers and the bear? As the bear begins to chase the hikers, one of them drops to the ground and puts on […]
Starving your organization’s teams of systems, structures, and resources is like cutting off the power or blocking roads to an otherwise successful city, and virtually guarantees team failure. A full implementation of the team concept includes much more than putting...
Much as the human body sends out white blood cells to fight off anything aberrant to the greater organism, corporations discourage – often subtly – the operations which have different […]
In spite of the mounting evidence about the success of teams, not all team based operations are effective. In my discussions with team managers and practitioners, many people suggest that about […]