Teams that work well together can achieve some of the greatest breakthroughs in organizational history. But with the rapid growth in popularity of teams can come failures, and every organization has experienced teams that are disorganized, unmotivated, and ultimately, short-lived. "Why Teams Can Fail" identifies the most common problems faced by high-performance, self-directed teams and offers specific suggestions for spotting and solving the problems and creating teams that really work. This unique troubleshooting guide shows how to: turn fear and intimidation into confidence and motivation; overcome lack of faith and commitment, and set positive, reachable goals; smooth out adversarial relationships and handle the problem of anarchy.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe