Organisational Change Management Volume 2

Teams

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In this section consideration will be given to the following areas:

Introduction

Are Teams the Right Strategy?

Why Teams?

Development of Teams: 2 Concepts *i

The Differences Between Groups and Teams

Manager's Role in Team's Effectiveness

Teams Useful Technique in the Transition Process

Eleven Characteristics Common to Successful Teams

More on Problem-solving

What to Observe in Teams

Four Stages in Developing a Team

Team Development Game Plan

Adapting to a Cross-functional Team Structure invokes the Fear Cycle

Establishing a Team

Some Criteria for Team Members and Teams

Six Effective Leadership Behaviours for Facilitating Successful Teams

Some Characteristics of High-performing Teams (P.E.R.F.O.R.M.)

Successful Teams Operate in this Context

Successful Team Tactics

Why Some Teams Succeed and Most Don't

Team Danger Signals

Some Myths about Teams

Essential Conditions For Team-based Top Management

Why Top Management Teams Often Fail

Team Members' Resistance

Why do Teams Fail?

Other barriers to teams succeeding are:

Making a Team Innovative

Why Team Members Won't Speak Out, and Ways to Handle this Situation

Managing a Team vs. Managing the Individuals on a Team

How to Compensate Teams

How to Help Teams Make Decisions

Sporting Teams

Sporting Approach to Teams

Teams from Outside

Multi-cultural Teams

Virtuoso Teams

Virtual Teams

Holacracy

Team Charter Model

Changes to Create Empowerment

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