The self-directed work team vs. Taylorism
Worker empowerment and Suvorov's Science of Victory
|Self-Directed Work Teams: A Trainer's Role in the Transition|
Ed Rose and Steven Buckley (editors), William A. Levinson and Ray Odom (contributing authors)
Organizations at any stage in the transition to self-directed work teams will find value in this book's practical, how-to approach. For those just starting the journey, the book offers clearly written basic information about teams along with strategies for team selection and bestpractices. For those actively involved in the transition, this book will serve as an implementation blueprint. As a bonus, the book offers readers a tool kit of games, exercises, activities, and a completely developed sample rewards and recognition program to keepself-directed work teams on track and motivated.
Patrick J. Banks, President, Banks International
"The authors have done a really superb job in taking the complexity of their process and expressing it clearly. Anyone who is searching fora how-to book on this subject, from novice to seasoned veteran, needs to pick up a copy. I know it'll be a reference in my personallibrary."
Peter Grazier, President, Teambuilding,
Scott J. Simmerman, Managing Partner, Performance
Self-Directed Work Teams and The Science of Victory (Nauka Pobezhadt) The Russian field marshal Aleksandr V. Suvorov (1729-1800) developed self-directed teams more than 200 years ago- and he never lost a battle.
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