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Part IV: Installing Windows to Better Co... > Making Problem Solving a Team Effort

Chapter 25. Making Problem Solving a Team Effort

Problems inevitably arise in any team effort, but many supervisors spend too much time trying to solve problems that could better be handled by the team members themselves. When supervisors feel responsible for solving all the problems, production is slowed, employees are frustrated, and personal growth is limited. The supervisor ends up with less time to plan, organize, motivate, and control.

Team effectiveness is more easily achieved when the supervisor simply participates in problem solving rather than dominating it. The example on the next page illustrates this concept.


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