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Team-based organizations

James H. Shonk

Team-based organizations

developing a successful team environment

by James H. Shonk

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Published by Irwin Professional Pub. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teams in the workplace -- Management.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames H. Shonk.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD66 .S56 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 186 p. :
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL996850M
    ISBN 10078631124X
    LC Control Number96035525

    3. In a team-based organization, a typical role for a leader is to a. be a facilitator for two or three teams. b. serve as a team leader for two or three teams. c. serve as a vice president of teams and teamwork. d. work mostly as an individual contributor and part-time as a leader.   In his book Team of Teams, distributing information everywhere and empowering the businesses to grow. 9 A team-based organization structure can itself enable rapid business disruption. For example, in each new city into which it expands, Uber relies on a three-pronged leadership model consisting of a city general manager, a community.

    • Team Based Organization. • Learning Organization. • Team Based Learning. It emerged in an approximately 40 years long process of changes in the industrial world which evolved from an industrial society into a knowledge society.   Reductionist hierarchical management techniques no longer work because organizations are too large for any one person to make all the decisions. The military and Ford motor company use a Author: Beau Gordon.

      The organization talks about and identifies the value of teamwork. Job candidates are assessed for their ability to work collaboratively. After hiring, the value of teamwork is talked about during onboarding and training. If organization values are formally written and shared, teamwork is one of the key five or six : Susan M. Heathfield. The value of a team-based approach to health care has been recognized for more than a decade (Grumbach and Bodenheimer, ; IOM, ; Leape et al., ; Wagner, ). It has been shown that a team-based approach adds value to the learning culture throughout health systems by preventing medical errors (IOM, ) and improving patient-centered outcomes and chronic disease Cited by: 1.


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