Column: Tools@Work: Nine Ways to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Your Team-Based Organization


Green, Fess B.; Henderson, Dale A.   (2000, AQP)   Radford University, Radford, Virginia

Journal for Quality and Participation    Vol. 23    No. 2
QICID: 20715    March 2000    pp. 36-39
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Article Abstract

While a team approach within an organization offers the potential for exceptional performance, many team-based operations fail to meet expectations or maintain their results. Effective and honest feedback can shed light on the vitality of a team effort. Nine commercially available survey instruments are described, each offering a somewhat different focus such as team group dynamics or organizational context. Suggested for consideration are the Campbell-Hallam Team Development Survey, Group Styles Inventory, Organizational Analysis Survey, Employee Opinion Survey, Winning Manufacturing Diagnostic, Organizational Culture Inventory, Organizational Effectiveness Inventory, Team Climate Inventory, and Quality Performance Teamwork Questionnaire.


Surveys,Team building,Team effectiveness,Teams,Teamwork,Evaluation

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