Description - The Student's Guide to Successful Project Teams by William A. Kahn
It is common for undergraduate and graduate students across various disciplines to be placed on teams and assigned group project research reports and presentations which require them to work together. For example a psychology course requires teams to develop, conduct, analyze and present the result of their experiments, a marketing course requires student project teams to prepare marketing plans and present their conclusions, and an organizational behavior course forms teams for the purpose of researching the cultures of different organizations and making presentations about their findings. This new guidebook will be a core text on how to help student project teams confront and successfully resolve issues, tasks and problems. Sections include conceptual material, stories and illustrations, and exercises. Students and teachers in Organizational Behavior, Management, Marketing and all psychology disciplines will find this book of interest.
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Author Biography - William A. Kahn
William A. Kahn is Professor of Organizational Behavior at Boston University's School of Management, where he has taught since earning his Ph.D. in psychology from Yale University in 1987. Bill teaches courses on effective group dynamics, team learning, negotiations, and managing organizational change. His research focuses on relationships at work, which includes hierarchical, peer, group, and inter-group relations. Professor Kahn has published articles in a wide variety of academic journals, authored several books, and serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Management Education. For the last decade Bill has coordinated the Team Learning component of the School of Management's Executive MBA Program. He has received the Broderick Prize for Teaching and, twice, the General Electric Team Learning Award from Boston University's School of Management.