Time Management for Teams

Time Management for Teams

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Douglass, Merrill E. | Douglass, Donna N. Amacom, 1992
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The authors go beyond traditional time management which usually targets the individual, and applies the theory to teams and the issue of temperament. It is a matter of enlarging the individual’s perspective so he or she learns to think and act with respect to time as it fits into the bigger picture. Some of the keys to making team time management work are good communication, and self-discipline-enabling the team to work more efficiently. The work also recognizes a fundamental paradox of the age-the absolute necessity of effective teamwork and the equal necessity of recognizing and encouraging diversity. The authors demonstrate how to create synergy between what seems to be two opposing forces-innovation and productivity-explaining how to keep both in balance.