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Argues that teamworking is often portrayed as a panacea for a host of organizational problems. Reports that many modern managerial practices stress the importance of human resources and encourage movement away from the traditional individualistic approaches. Contends that effective teamworking...
States that the use of work teams is becoming more and more prominent in organizations today, and that these work teams are empowered to formulate and solve an organization’s problems and thus involve the naturally occurring dynamic of conflict. Explains that conflict is perceived as negative...
Notes that the project management approach has enjoyed growing acceptance by a wide variety of businesses and organizations over the past 20 years or so. Emphasizes the usefulness of training in the basics of project management to management training and team development. Following a brief...
Describes the application of open systems theory in a manufacturing plant. Outlines the theoretical foundation on which the intervention was based, as well as a description of the team design, compensation system and plant organization.
Discusses the increase in flexible employment with particular reference to independent management consultants. Suggests that such consultants miss out on the sense of belonging generated by teams and teamworking in the corporate situation. Details two cases where associations of independent...
Points out that, if high performance is to be sustained in metal‐industrial organizations, co‐operative action among personnel becomes essential ‐ the explosion of information today and the complexity of our times demand it. Maintains that team management, then, is vital to achieve and...
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