Professional Practice Series

Ideal for industrial and organizational psychologists, organizational scientists and practitioners, human resources professionals, managers, executives, and those interested in organizational behavior and performance, these volumes are informative and relevant guides to organizational practice. You'll find guidance, insights, and advice on how to apply the concepts, findings, methods and tools derived from organizational psychology to organizational problems.

 

 

Developing and Enhancing Teamwork in Organizations

This volume provides evidence-based guidelines to help practitioners seeking advice, recommendations, and guidance for developing and enhancing high-performance teams. Co-Published by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, this volume features all-star editors and contributors highlighting the evidence, the lessons learned, the principles and the findings that matter when composing and managing work teams. Global I-O faculty and practitioners, students, and HR professionals will benefit from discussion on the organizational influence on teams, the leader's contribution to the teams, and how context matters in teams.

Editor(s)/Author(s)
Eduardo Salas, Scott Tannenbaum, Debra Cohen, Gary Latham

Publisher: Jossey-Bass
Pubication Date:6/1/2013
ISBN: 9781118145890
Pages: 698

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Reviews

"Few questions are more vital and important than teamwork, in an increasingly interdependent and connected world. This volume is a unique and essential reference for managers, scholars and anyone interested in enhancing team performance. The combination of vivid real-world examples with thoughtful evidence-based frameworks will make a lasting contribution to the study and practice of team-based management." —John Boudreau, Professor of Management and Organization, USC Marshall School of Business "Excellent practice insights from leading practitioners and academics. A valuable contribution to our knowledge concerning how to create and manage teams." —Ed Lawler, Director of Center for Effective Organizations