Dyer, William G., and Jeffrey H. Dyer. Team building: Proven strategies for improving team performance. John Wiley & Sons, 2013.
In its fifth edition, Team Building strengthens the Dyer Four Cs; Content, Composition, Competences, and Change Capacities frameworks that aim at addressing and figuring out challenges of managing different functional teams and leading pioneering teams in an intensely competitive business environment. The authors, explores their online assessment, one designed for the classroom setting while another is created for teams within a given work environment. The book applies best and is intended for future team members, team leaders, and consultants armed with the skills and knowledge needed to provide efficiently and high-performing teams. The theory behind Dyers’ book comes with a combination of practical techniques meant for team building and success in a given work environment.
Dyer and Jeffrey offers practical and innovative frameworks intended to change and manage functional teams in addition to offering practical leadership. The book is based on practical examples within a learning facility and practical assessments within an organization making it a reliable and efficient source of information on managing and leading a team within an organization (Dyer & Jeffrey, 3). With its amazing online team assessment, the book offers credible and reliable information useful in creating a vibrant, efficient, and productive teamwork within an organization. It also offers team consultants and team leaders, creative and functioning tips, skills, and knowledge for the management of a high-performing teamwork.
The book is a scholarly source as it provides proven tips based on practical assessments. It is specific in its goals, providing a helpful source for the current study and research. Additionally, the source has helped narrow down the topic of research to build effective teamwork within an organization without breaking a sweat. It is based on the practical online assessments provided by the authors making it not only a theoretical source of information, but also practical assessments aimed at combining both the theoretical aspect of the author’s argument and the practical aspect of team management.
Dyer, William G., and Jeffrey H. Dyer. Team building: Proven strategies for improving team performance. John Wiley & Sons, 2013. Print