Team stress

Buck, Tom
March 1998
Executive Excellence;Mar1998, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p18
Discusses the seven key stress points in a work group. Shift from first-line supervisor to facilitator; Provision of meaningful decision-making authority to teams; Clashes with established policies and systems; Overreaction to early team mistakes.


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