FLYINGFOX: (PART I) A Manager's Tale

Butman, John
February 1993
Management Review;Feb93, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p46
Academic Journal
Part I. Relates a story of teams and teamwork and a manager's consideration of the risks and benefits of volunteering to be a team leader in a new company initiative. New chief executive's introduction of cross-functional teamwork; Culture shock experienced by employees upon learning that the CEO meant business.


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