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Miami, FL, United States, 2008/06/24 - BusinessSummaries.com releases its new business book summary “Develop Your Team Building Skills”, by Paul Parcon. Subscribers may now access PDF, PDA, Powerpoint, Audio, Video and Mindmap formats of summary.
Many a management thinker holds that the team format is quite simply the best organization design for getting all employees involved in creating business success and profitability – namely, in the everyday flow of company work – and this would really seem to be the case.
Be that as it may, however, the question still remains: how are managers and leaders able to develop and implement the frameworks, disciplines, and techniques that are required for team building and good team performance – or, for those with systems already in place, how do they improve upon what is already in play?
This is a basic but exceedingly important question that many executives, organizations and companies, both large and small, are constantly asking themselves in their pursuit of better team output and better company performance.
The bottom line, therefore, is that there is a pressing need for groups of all sorts, whether from large or small companies, to learn about team building and how to go about it.
Paul Parcon’s book on team building, entitled Develop Your Team Building Skills, provides its readers with specific tools for the development of individuals, teams, and organizations. That said, however, it has as its special focus the formation of teams and their motivation as well to achieve the goals stated and set by the company.
The book tackles each step of the team-building process. It starts out by discussing the need for team building in the first place and providing a justification for the added expense and effort; discusses ‘ingredients’ of team building, types of teams, skills needed for teamwork, the team development process, team leader characteristics, actual steps to build an effective team, and other such matters; and ends by providing advice on what to do in case teams fail to achieve their objectives.