An insider’s story – Helen Sanderson
Helen Sanderson focuses her talk on self-managed teams, and how teams can organize themselves without a formal boss. Benefits of self-managed teams include lower costs and higher production, as well as a sense of belonging to a group. Often, it is believed that self-managed teams make better decisions given the team efficacy.
Self–managed Teams: An insider’s story | Helen Sanderson | TED x University of Hertfordshire (YouTube – 14:55)
Leadership is an integral component of self-managed teams, despite the notion of teams organizing themselves without a leader.
Provide a well-written analysis and application from the perspective of the leader and from the perspective of the team members in building a self-managed team, with special attention to the role emotional intelligence plays.
The written analysis should:
• Be no more than three (3) pages (not including title or reference page).
• Include at least three (3) references beyond the required course textbooks.
• Follow current APA guidelines: i.e double spaced