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Chapter 27. Creating a Climate for Team Problem Solving

A team involved in problem solving can obtain improved results by using sound group processes. This means team members commit to finding the best possible solution to a problem rather than imposing their exclusive view. The leader participates as a team member and is subject to the same rules. Open communication is expected, and team members are encouraged to challenge ideas to test their usefulness in solving the problem. A successful solution from a group is often far more effective than single solutions offered by individuals.

The following conditions support good team problem solving. Check ( ) those now existing in your team and place an X by those you want to add.



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