Master of Arts
Chairperson (Advisor 1)
Dr. Robert DeWerff
Reader (Advisor 2)
Dr. Kimora Kachelmyer
Leadership, training, goals/focus/objectives, and management support should be the most basic concerns addressed before considering any form of teaming. A literature review was conducted after 10 interview subjects gave opinions and comments on what they considered the most important issues to address when forming a problem solving team. The interviews were used to narrow focus of the literature review. Interview subjects represented a mix of business professionals from profit and non-profit organizations and all subjects had experience working in short-term teams that were problem solving in nature despite what their organizations chose to call the teams. The literature review supports interview subject's opinions and experiences.
Recommended CitationHays, E. (2001). Essential Elements for Problem Solving Team Success (Thesis, Concordia University, St. Paul). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/legacy-capstones_maom/52
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