Building resilient teams

Winter, Graham
October 2012
Charter;Oct2012, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p37
The article presents the steps for strengthening the team at workplace to face the challenges that arises in the organization. It mentions the steps for developing resilient teams which include uniting the leaders of several departments in the organization to create business plan for introducing new products or services, building teams with the professionals skilled with business management and generating innovative ideas to meet the challenge.


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