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Team Performance Management

ISSN: 1352-7592

Online from: 1995

Subject Area: Performance Management and Measurement

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Factors affecting successful implementation of high performance teams


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Title:Factors affecting successful implementation of high performance teams
Author(s):P. Castka, (P. Castka is a PhD student at Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic.), C.J. Bamber, (C.J. Bamber is a PhD student at The University of Salford, Manchester, UK.), J.M. Sharp, (J.M. Sharp is Professor in Organisational Excellence, at The University of Salford, Manchester, UK.), P. Belohoubek, (P. Belohoubek is Reader in Operations Management, at Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic.)
Citation:P. Castka, C.J. Bamber, J.M. Sharp, P. Belohoubek, (2001) "Factors affecting successful implementation of high performance teams", Team Performance Management, Vol. 7 Iss: 7/8, pp.123 - 134
Keywords:Modelling, Performance, Team building, Teamwork
Article type:Research paper
DOI:10.1108/13527590110411037 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:MCB UP Ltd
Abstract:Agrees that the evidence of a vast array of research concerning teamwork is conclusive: teams are capable of outstanding performance and are the primary unit of performance for increasing numbers of organisations. Nevertheless, high performance teams (HPTs) are a rarity. Presents the results of collaborative research aimed at determining the factors affecting successful implementation of HPTs. The factors have been derived from literature on teamwork, quality management, and a review of case study literature. This research has led to the development of a model for the successful implementation of HPTs, which has been tested through a case study organisation. Furthermore, the results were used to develop an implementation program aimed at rejuvenating team performance in UK small- to medium-sized enterprises.



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