Team Charters - Theoretical Foundations and Practical Implications for Quality and Performance

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Norton Jr., William I.; Sussman, Lyle   (ASQ)   Georgia Southern University; University of Louisville

Quality Management Journal    Vol. 16    No. 1
QICID: 27572    January 2009    pp. 7-17

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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Team charters are introduced and developed as tools to connect corporate mission statements and activities to activities at the team level. The foundation of team charters is provided by psychological contracts and realistic job previews. Guidance on the content of team charters is given, and applications and limitations are discussed.

Keywords

Psychology; Performance management; Management styles; Quality management (QM); Charter; Team building; Job analysis


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