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The effectiveness of using team learning to improve team performance has been well documented in the literature, and this notion makes intuitive sense. However, little empirical research has been dedicated to the relationship between team learning and team performance, probably owing to the lack...
The article is about a coaching/mentoring style that was developed by an entrepreneur LaFay Davenport. Ms Davenport's coaching strategy derived from the name of her business - Simply Raw Hair Designs. The name itself implies authenticity, wholesomeness. Ms Davenport has coached, mentored and led...
This paper explores how consulting can contribute to the success of virtual teamwork. Based on an introduction to the concept of virtual teams, the potential of virtual teamwork for consultants and clients is outlined. Central questions are: "For which reasons do virtual teams deserve additional...
This study was an attempt to identify, through structural equation modeling, the factors that may be involved in the performance of classroom teams. Confirmatory factor analysis was used to study Katzenbach and Smith's model of "high performing teams". While it is often difficult for classroom...
Explores the theoretical linkage between organisational learning and organisational performance by analysing the different systems of performance management. Aside from focusing on the traditional financial aspects of performance, deals with the much-hyped qualitative nature of non-financial...
Competitive performances of manufacturing firms are affected by the strategies they selected. The implementations of strategies, as usually assumed, rely on the effectiveness of work teams. The performances of teams, to a large degree, are directed by team leaders. Therefore, the compatibility...
In a team-based organization, the performance not only of the teams as a whole but also of their individual members needs to be managed and managed very well if tall performance (consistently competent, ethical, and motivated behavior that always produces the best results) is to be reached and...
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