Collegial Teams

Kepcher, Carolyn
February 2005
Leadership Excellence;Feb2005, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p7
Presents insights of the author on the collegial team system in business management where the philosophy is based on a peer-to-peer review. Aspects of a collegial team; Importance of goals for meetings to hone and practice winning business strategies; Importance of team dynamics despite hindrance in personal relations.


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