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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Team Building by Arthur Pell

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Part 6Special Teams for Special Purposes

Teams serve several purposes in an organization. Most teams are regular work groups that perform the routine activities that enable the organization to accomplish its goals. These teams manufacture products, distribute merchandise, handle financial transactions, provide customer service, and perform the day-to-day functions of the company.

Most of these teams have team leaders, appointed by management to guide and inspire the members, coordinate the work, and keep the team on target.

But there are other types of teams. Imagine a team without a leader! You’ll learn in this section about teams that direct themselves, and teams that alternate leadership from project to project.

Here’s another challenge to team ...

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