About the course
Teams are one of the essential building blocks of contemporary organizations. Organizations are looking to teams to make some of their toughest decisions or to develop some of their most daring ideas. Although teams are ubiquitous, they rarely perform up to their potential. This session will help you address the issue of underperformance and enable you to become a team leader whose members will give you their all.
- Determining the best team type, composition, and structure for a given desired outcome
- What makes teams effective and how teams get derailed
- Establishing goals, processes and principles as a critical baseline for team performance
- Three basics of team process design: context, structure and process
- Make better decisions about when and where to utilize teams, and how to build them
- Increased buy-in and commitment from team members
- Stronger team performance and member capacity
Area of Expertise: Critical Thinking, Motivation, Innovation and Growth, Organizational Behavior, Team Development, Critical Thinking, Innovation and Growth, Motivation Research Interests: The determinants of the various activities (i.e., problem formulation, idea generation, solution im...
Paul Paese has been an adjunct faculty member at Olin since 1999. In addition to coaching and teaching at the graduate level, Paul works with executives, groups, and organizations to improve leader and team effectiveness. His past employment as a full-time professor enabled Paul to sharpen his ex...
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