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This lively and well-written book will provoke management scholars, students, executive consultants and especially team members themselves to consider how the discipline of teamwork affects them and what they ought to do about it.

Bonding the Individual: Identification
Bonding the individual: Identification

If you are in it [teamwork] for you only, it's not for you. If you are in it for your own personal gain, it's not for you. Because, believe me, it's not something that anybody would inflict on themselves. People in traditional workplaces, like my husband, for instance, can't understand why we do things the way we do. They can't understand why we get into it so far. It's foreign to them. They just don't understand our level of commitment. My husband even told me I needed professional help. He said, “I don't understand you, Liz. You are supposed to work from 7:00 to 3:30. I understand that you usually stay over, but you never get out of ...

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