Team weaver

Costello, Michael
January 2011
People Management;1/27/2011, p26
The article features Meredith Belbin, consultant and visiting professor at Henley Management College in England. He notes that teams do not necessarily need all roles to function well. He details the implications of the notion of team roles for recruitment. He emphasizes the need for organisations to value diversity to avoid repeating mistakes.


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