Team Building

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  • In education, this term refers to scholarship and practices related to the creation and development of effective teams, often in work-related contexts. Team-building scholars seek to better understand small-group dynamics in terms of successful collaboration and the efficient fulfillment of objectives. In addition, scholars investigate methods for group assessment that involve both the group members themselves and external parties. Team-building scholars and practitioners engage team activities throughout the team life cycle, from recruitment and formation through completion and reorganization. Team building is often investigated in management studies and implemented within a broader organizational development context.

    Team-building practitioners often focus on a core set of team-building principles and their related practices. Such principles can include the following:

    Establishing and clarifying objectives: Properly framed, a shared understanding of group ...

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