The Performance Culture : Maximizing the Power of Teams paperback * hardcopy * (Empowerment) by Darrel Ray & Howard Bronstein
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The Performance Culture gives leaders a set of practical tools for building and sustaining an environment that support high performance teamwork. How to integrate organizational culture and teamwork is a key concept throughout the book. Chapters deal with leader behaviors, team disciplinary procedures, tips on how to intervene and develop teams and much more.
1. The Performance Culture gives leaders a set of practical tools for building and sustaining an environment that support high performance teamwork. How to integrate organizational culture and teamwork is a key concept throughout the book. Chapters deal with leader behaviors, team disciplinary procedures, tips on how to intervene and develop teams and much more. --
FROM GOODREADS - 2886370-the-performance-culture
2. See Dr. Ray's article in this prestigious journal: Horizontal accountability (HA) is defined as the degree to which people communicate, solve problems, and build accountability across an organization. It builds trust among employees and management and facilitates goal achievement. Team members are taught to assume high levels of responsibility for goals and performance, underscoring areas of under-performance. HA means creating and building practices and routines that encourage and support constant micro-feedback that focuses on the interpersonal interactions between individuals and teams. The benefits of this model include less conflict, faster learning cycles, less time and energy wasted blaming others, and quicker marketing and customer responsiveness.
--from JOURNAL FOR QUALITY AND PARTICIPATION VOL. 30 NO. 4
About the Author
Dr. Darrel W. Ray, Director of the Institute for Performance Culture, is a pioneer in the development of team-based systems in both union and non-union, service and manufacturing environments. He developed the Teaming Up® process that is now widely used across North America and the United Kingdom. Trained as a psychologist, Dr. Ray has studied groups and group dynamics and specializes in organizational development, team-based system implementation.
Paperback: 328 pages
Publisher: ODT, Inc. (May 10, 2001)