Focuses on methods of understanding and improving the performance of collaborations and work teams. A holistic view of teams is obtained by combining psychological theories and current practices in contemporary organizations. Topics include task design, team composition, member role structures, member socialization, influence and power, leadership, decision making, and training. Students are asked to watch and reflect on collaborative work relationships. A heavy emphasis is placed on experiential learning, including case studies and a variety of team-learning exercises.
Leading Collaborative Projects And Work Teams