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Books on Teams in the Workplace

Archer, R., & Wood, J. B. (1997). On teams. Chicago: Irwin Professional Publishing. (HD 66 .A728 1997)

Blanchard, K. H., Carew, D., & Parisi-Carew, E. (2000). The one minute manager builds high performing teams (Rev. ed.). New York: Wm. Morrow and Co. (HD 66 .B55 2000)

Brown, M. K., Huettner, B., & James-Tanny, C. (2007). Managing virtual teams: Getting the most from wikis, blogs, and other collaborative tools. Plano, TX: Wordware Publishers. (E-book)

Butler, A. S. (1996). Team think: 72 ways to make good, smart, quick decisions in any meeting. New York: McGraw-Hill. (HF 5734.5 .B88 1996)

Caravatta, M. (1998). Let’s work smarter, not harder: How to engage your entire organization in the execution of change. Milwaukee, WI: ASQ Quality Press. (HD 58.8 .C353 1998)

Cleland, D. I. (1996). Strategic management of teams. New York: John Wiley. (HD 66 .C515 1996)

Colenso, M. (Ed.). (2000). Kaizen strategies for improving team performance. London, UK: Financial Times Prentice Hall. (HD 66 .K35 2000)

Deeprose, D. (1998). Recharge your team: Keep them going and going --. New York: AMA Publications. (HD 66 .D434 1998)

Donnellon, A. (1996). Team talk: The power of language in team dynamics. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 66 .D66 1996)

Dreo, H., Kunkel P., & Mitchell. (2003). Virtual teams guidebook for managers. Milwaukee, WI: ASQ Quality Press. (HD 66 .D74 2003)

Dyer, W. G., Dyer, W. G., & Dyer, J. H. (2007). Team building: Proven strategies for improving team performance.  San Francisco: Jossdey-Bass. (HD 66 .D94 2007)

Eckes, G. (2003). Six sigma team dynamics: The elusive key to project success. New York: John Wiley. (HD 66 .E324 2003)

Fisher, K. (1993). Leading self-directed work teams: A guide to developing new team leadersnhip skills. New York: McGraw-Hill. (HD 66 .F56 1993)

Fisher, R. A., & Thomas, B. (1996). Real dream teams: Seven practices used by world-class team leaders to achieve extraordinary results. Delray Beach, FL: St. Lucie Press. (HD 66 .F554 1996)

Fong, M. W. L. (Ed.). (2005). E-collaborations and virtual organizaions. Hershey, PA: IRM Press. (E-book)

Gardenswartz, L., & Rowe, A. (1996). Diverse teams at work: Capitalizing on the power of diversity. Chicago,: Irwin Professional Publishing. (HD 66 .G375 1996)

George, J. A., & Wilson, J. M. (1997). Team member’s survival guide. New York: McGraw-Hill. (HD 66 .G463 1997)

Gignac, F. (2005). Building successful virtual teams. Boston: Artech House. (E-books) 

Godar, S., Ferris, S. P. (Eds.). (2004). Virtual and collaborative teams: Process, technologies, and practice.  Hershey, PA: Idea Group Pub. (E-book)

Gostick. A., & Elton, C. (2010). The orange revolution: How one great team can transform an entire organization. New York: Free Press. (HD 66 .G674 2010)

Hambrick, D. C., Nadler, D. A., & Tushman, M. L. (Eds.) (1998). Navagating change: How CEOs, top teams, and boards steer transformation. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 57.7 .N39 1998)

Hargrove, R. A. (2003). Masterful coaching: Inspire an “impossible future” while producing extraordinary leaders and extraordinary results (Rev. ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer. (HD 66 .H37 2003)

Harvard business essentials: Creating teams with an edge: The complete skill set to build powerful and influential teams. (2004). Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 66 .H3763)

Harvard business review on teams that succeed. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing. (HD 66 .H3766 2004)

Hawkins, P. (2014). Leadership team coaching: Developing collective transformational leadershiop. Piladelphia, PA: Kogan Page. (HD 66 .H3855 2014)

Hayes, N. (1997). Successful team management. London: International Thomson Business Press. (HD 66 .H39 1997)

Henry, J. E. (1998). Lessons from team leaders: A team fitness companion. Milwaukee, WI: ASQ Quality Press. (HD 66 .H458 1998)

Henry, J. E., & Hartzler, M. (1998). Tools for virtual teams: A team fitness companion. Milwaukee, WI: ASQ Quality Press. (HD 66 .H459 1998)

Jones, R., Oyung, R., & Pace, L. (2005). Working virtually: Challenges of virtual teams. Hershey, PA: CyberTech Publishing. (HD 66 .J6565 2005)

Katzenbach, J. R. (1993). The wisdom of teams: Creating the high-performance organization. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 66 .K384 1993)

Kurtzberg, T. R. (2014). Virtual teams: mastering communication and collaboration in the digital age. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. (HD 66 .K874 2014)

LaFasto, F., & Larson, C. E. (2001). When teams work best: 6,000 team members and leaders tell what it takes to succeed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (HD 66 .L33)

Leading virtual teams: Hold people accountable, build trust, encourage collaboration. (2016). Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press. (HD 66.L4364 2016)

Lencioni, P. (2002). The five dysfunctions of a team: A leadership fable. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (HD 66 .L456 2002)

Lewis, J. P. (1998). Team-based project management. New York: AMACOM. (HD 69 .P75 L494 1998)

 Lipnack, J., & Stamps, J. (2000). Virtual teams: Reaching across space, time and organizations with technology (2nd ed.). New York: John Wiley. (HD 66.2 .L56 2000) 

Lynn, A. B. (2007). Quick emotional intelligence activities for busy managers: 50 team exercises that get results in just 15 minutes.  New York: AMACOM. (E-book)

Mankin, D., Cohen, S. G., & Bikson, T. K. (1996). Teams and technology: Fulfilling the promise of the new organization. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (HD 66 .M355 1996)

McChrystal, S. A., Collins, T., Silverman, D., & Fussell, C. (2015). Team of teams: new rules of engagement for a complex world. New York, NY: 
    Portfolio/Penguin. Walsh College Troy New Books (HD 66 .M38185 2015)

McIntosh-Fletcher, D. (1996). Teaming by design: Real teams for real people. Chicago: Irwin. (HD 66 .M394 1996) 

McKenna, P. J., & Maister, D. H. (2005) First among equals: How to manage a group of professionals.  New York: Free Press. (HD 66 .M3946 2002)

Moran, L., Musselwhite, E., Zenger, J. H. (with Harrison, J. C.). (1996). Keeping teams on track: What to do when the going gets rough. Chicago: Irwin Professional Publishing. (HD 66 .K44 1996)

Nadler, D. A., Spencer, J. L., et al. (1998). Executive teams (1st ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (HD 66 .N33 1997)

Odenwald, S. B. (1996). Global solutions for teams: Moving from collusion to collaboration. Chicago: Irwin Professional Pub. (HD 66 .O37 1996)

Rayner, S. R. (1996). Team traps: Survival stories and lessons from team disasters, near-misses, mishaps and other near-death experiences. New York: John Wiley. (HD 66 .R3923 1996)

Recardo, R. J., Wade, D., Mention, C. A., III, & Jolly, J. A. (1996). Teams: Who needs them and why? Houston, TX: Gulf Pub. (HD 66 .T438 1996)

Rees, F. (2001). How to lead work teams: Facilitation skills (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer. (HD 66 .R394 2001)

Robbins, H., & Finley, M. (2000). The new why teams don’t work: What goes wrong and how to make it right (1st ed.). San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers. (HD 66 .R583 2000)

Romig, D. A. (1996). Breakthrough teamwork: Outstanding results using structured teamwork. Chicago: Irwin Professional Publishing. (HD 66 .R645 1996)

Senge, P. M. (2006). The fifth discipline: The art and practice of the learning organization. New York: Doubleday/Currency. (HD 58.9 .S46 2006)

Shandler, M., & Egan, M. (1996). Vroom! Turbo-charged team building. New York: AMACOM. (HD 66 .S484 1996)

Shapiro, M. (2015). HBR guide to leading teams. Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press. (HD 66.S4844 2015)

Sherriton, J. C., & Stern, J. L. (1997). Corporate culture, team culture: Removing the hidden barriers to team success. New York: AMACOM. (HD 66 .S486 1997)

Simon, A. R., & Marion, W. (1996). Workgroup computing: Workflow, groupware, and messaging. New York: McGraw-Hill. (HD 66.2 .S56 1996)

Somers, M. (2007). Coaching at work: Powering your team with awareness, responsibility, and trust.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (E-book)

Straus, D. (2002). How to make collaboration work: Powerful ways to build consensus, solve problems, and make decisions. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler. (HD 66 .S772)

Team pay case studies: What’s working in companies today. (1997). [New York]: American Management. (HF 5549.5 .I5 .T43 1997) 

Willcocks, G. & Morris, S. (1997). Successful team building. Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s. (HD 66 .W534 1997)

Young, S., & Roman, H. T. (2006). Beyond engineering: How to work on a team.  Belmont, CA: Professional Publications. (HD 66 .R637 2006)

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