Benefits and Value of a Team Approachby Mel Hensey, P.E., (F.ASCE),
Part of: Collective Excellence: Building Effective Teams
Abstract: Many still equate teamwork simply with feeling good or being the right thing to do. Yet leaders who have made the effort to develop teamwork in their work groups have noticed some interesting benefits. The following examples were reported by real-life managers from many fields of work, including construction, consulting, public service, education, manufacturing, and information technology.
Subject Headings: Team building | Managers | Construction management | Consulting services | Public buildings | Public information programs | Public services | Education
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