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Use the Wall Street Journal menu link to find an article related to team management, or you may use any other periodical (e.g., Forbes, BusinessWeek, The Economist) with an article that contains relevant information.

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Use the Wall Street Journal menu link to find an article related to team management, or you may use any other periodical (e.g., Forbes, BusinessWeek, The Economist) with an article that contains relevant information.

Provide a link or reference to your article and briefly summarize the key ideas in the article. Then write at least two paragraphs reflecting on how your learning from this article could apply to your organization.

just summarize an article from either of the above sources on team management, here is an example:

Article: How to Build a Successful Team – New York Times | Business

Summary

This article gathered insights from over 500 business leaders and distilled it into 5 areas:

  • Set clear and measurable goals for your team
  • Have values, behaviors, and cultural guardrails
  • Show respect to your team
  • It’s about the team
  • Have conversations

Learning

Although nothing in this article hasn’t been said before about team building, it does highlight that the fundamentals have been tried and tested by many and still hold up. The one central idea this article does revolve around is condor and the importance of communicating your ideas and intent clearly to others. In my experience, when a manager or leader is able to communicate open and honestly, I have a much easier time trusting them.

Application of Ideas

One of the more difficult things I’ve had to do as a manager is giving annual performance reviews. Giving on the spot feedback has always been easier for me, but something about trying to cover a whole year in one conversation is difficult to me. In the article, it encourages managers to give feedback more often. So often, that people get used to it. This makes it easier when you sit down for an annual performance review, because they already know what to expect and there shouldn’t be any surprises.

Matt

Reference:

Adam Bryant. (n.d.) How to Build a Successful Team. New York Times | Business. Retrieved from: https://www.nytimes.com/guides/business/manage-a-successful-team

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