Self-Directed Work Teams: Clearing Common Hurdles
Authored by Beth Yates
Are you on a self-directed work team that struggles with delays and conflicts? You’re not alone – but there are some practical approaches to help your team clear some of the most common hurdles.
Self-directed work teams are defined as groups of people who work together to address a common goal – with little or no managerial supervision. Such teams are often prone to setbacks and conflict – often despite the best efforts and intentions of team members.
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