Case Study

Team dynamics (B)

1 pages
March 2003
Reference: IMD-4-0268

This case describes how Christine changed her view of the situation with Sally. She chose to focus on herself and her own contribution, rather than on Sally. Sally worked with another team member who figured out a way to turn the situation around and was able to find and elicit Sally’s contribution and value. This changed the team dynamics.

Keywords
Team Dynamics, Gender
Settings
Europe
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Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2003
Available Languages
English
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