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About the Author
W. Gibb Dyer, Jr. is the O. Leslie Stone Professor of Entrepreneurship and the academic director of the Center for Economic Self-Reliance in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University.
Jeffrey H. Dyer is the Horace Beesley Professor of Strategy at the Marriott School, Brigham Young University, where he is the chair of the business strategy group.
Table of ContentsForeword (Edgar H. Schein).
Part One: The Four Cs of Team Development.
1 The Search for the High-Performing Team.
2 Context: Laying the Foundation for Team Success.
3 Composition: Getting the Right People on the Bus.
4 Competencies: Developing Team Skills for High Performance.
5 Change: Devising More Effective Ways of Working Together.
6 Bringing the Four Cs Together: Designing a Team-Building Program.
Part Two: Solving Specific Problems Through Team Building.
7 Managing Conflict in the Team.
8 Overcoming Unhealthy Agreement.
9 Reducing Conflict Between Teams.
Part Three: Team Building in Different Kinds of Teams.
10 Managing the Temporary Team.
11 High-Performing Virtual Teams.
12 Managing Interorganizational (Alliance) Teams.
Part Four: The Challenge of Team Building for the Future.
13 Challenges for Building Effective Teams.