Team development

  • Roger Cartwright
Part of the Palgrave Master Series book series (PAMSB)


Teams do not just appear, they are formed. Just putting together a group of people together, even if they have shared interests and objectives, will not make a team.




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Recommended Further Reading

  1. For a consideration of the management of work conflict you are advised to consult Ronald T. Potter-Efron, Work Rage — Preventing Anger and Resolving Conflict on the Job (2000).Google Scholar
  2. Useful texts on team building are Robert B. Maddox, Teambuilding — An Exercise in Leadership (1986), John Adair, Effective Teamhuilding (1985), David and Frank Johnson, Joining Together — Group Theory and Group Skills (1987).Google Scholar
  3. An excellent guide to high-performance teams is Colin Hastings et al., Superteams (1994).Google Scholar

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