Research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology explores how and why small changes, at a local work-unit (team) level, can feed in to the
“…having the right to choose group features fosters co-operation” Previous research has shown that how well team members get on and connect with one another
“Self-managing team (SMT) structures have evolved as an optimal approach to increase flexibility and performance” Can self-managing teams really work? Are there certain organisations in which
“…team communication plays a critical role in furthering team performance” An American research team has carried out some interesting research to explore the extent to
“Trust. Takes years to build, seconds to break and forever to repair” – Anonymous Trust goes to the heart of why some organisations are brilliant
Taking the time to identify the skills, knowledge and experience necessary for each role in a change team can make the difference between success and failure.