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Transformational Governance: How Boards Achieve Extraordinary Change by Katha Kissman, Beth Gazley

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AppendixTools and Resources

Tools

Team and Group Dynamics

Tuckman and Jensen (1977) used a rather limited research study to describe a five-part model of team building that—while not necessarily predictive or linear in all cases—has become enormously popular with both educators and practitioners. The stages of forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning capably describe the challenges that team members face as they learn to work together. Boards of directors, similarly, must learn the elements of good team dynamics. Although the Tuckman model is presented here in stage sequence, it is important to note that teams will work on all elements of all stages and sequential movement may occur both in a forward (developmental) and backward ...

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