Leading Teams

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Richard Hackman, one of the world's leading experts on group and organizational behavior, argues that teams perform at their best when leaders create conditions that allow them to manage themselves effectively. Leading Teams is not about subscribing to a specific formula or leadership style, says Hackman. Rather, it is about applying a concise set of guiding principles to each unique group situation—and doing so in the leader's own idiosyncratic way. Based on extensive research and using compelling examples ranging from orchestras to airline cockpit crews, Leading Teams identifies five essential conditions—a stable team, a clear and engaging direction, an enabling team structure, a supportive organizational context, and the availability of competent coaching—that greatly enhance the likelihood of team success. The book offers a practical framework that leaders can use to muster personal skills and organizational resources to create and sustain the five key conditions and shows how those conditions can launch a team onto a trajectory of increasing effectiveness. Authoritative and astutely realistic, Leading Teams offers a new and provocative way of thinking about and leading work teams in any organizational setting.
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ISBN-13: 9781578513338
ISBN-10: 1578513332
Pagini: 368
Ilustrații: Illustrations
Dimensiuni: 155 x 236 x 36 mm
Greutate: 0.66 kg
Editura: Harvard Business Review
Locul publicării: Canada

Notă biografică

J. Richard Hackman is the Cahners-Rabb Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at Harvard University. He resides in Bethany, Connecticut, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Part I: Teams

Chapter 1: The Challenge

Part II: Enabling Conditions

Chapter 2: A Real Team

Chapter 3: Compelling Direction

Chapter 4: Enabling Structure

Chapter 5: Supportive Context

Chapter 6: Expert Coaching

Part III: Opportunities

Chapter 7: Imperatives for Leaders

Chapter 8: Thinking Differently About Teams