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Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate and Compete

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A 5 page summary of the new book by Amy Edmondson, one of Harvard's Top 50 Influential Management Gurus.

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Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate and Compete

  1. 1. Jen Runkle, PhDRunkle Consultingw w w . r u n k l e -c o n s u l t i n g . c o mNOT YOURFATHER’STEAMWORKFULL SUMMARYhttp://www.athenahealth.com/leadership-forum/_doc/Teamwork_On_The_Fly.pdf
  2. 2. Jen Runkle, PhDRunkle Consultingw w w . r u n k l e -c o n s u l t i n g . c o m Teaming is flexible teamwork to tackle unexpectedproblems and identify emerging opportunities To “team” well, employees and organizations mustembrace principles of project management—such as scoping out theproject, structuring the group, and sorting tasks by level ofinterdependence team leadership, such as emphasizing purpose, buildingpsychological safety, and embracing failure and conflict.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  3. 3. Jen Runkle, PhDRunkle Consultingw w w . r u n k l e -c o n s u l t i n g . c o mTHE REWARDS OF TEAMING
  4. 4. Jen Runkle, PhDRunkle Consultingw w w . r u n k l e -c o n s u l t i n g . c o m Overcoming factors that prevent us from learning interpersonal fear irrational beliefs about failure groupthink problematic power dynamics information hoarding Leaders can shape these factors by encouraging reflection creating psychological safety overcoming defensive interpersonal dynamicsACTIONS FOR LEADERS
  5. 5. Jen Runkle, PhDRunkle Consultingw w w . r u n k l e -c o n s u l t i n g . c o mDiagnoseassess thesituationDesigndevelop specificplans for actionActtreat experience asexperimentReflectionevaluate resultsand improve thingsLEARN AS YOU GO

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