This paper aims to provide team‐leaders and project managers with a practical and easily‐applicable managerial tool for coping with the large number of obstacles that may stand in the way to obtaining effective, efficient and altogether successful results, in overall management processes of projects and decisions within teams.
Relying on two previously published managerial tools, the “revised decision square model” and the “capi” model, this paper proceeds to present an integrated model, the team managerial coping flowchart, for the successful handling of team assignments and projects, towards the management of effective and efficient team decision making and implementation processes over time.
The paper relies on testimonies of managers who have adopted the proposed strategy for their every‐day use.
The model offers a practical step‐by‐step set of guidelines, to lead managers towards a relatively high level of control in the management of effective and efficient team decision making and implementation processes, ensuring their route toward successful achievements.
Limited attention has been given in the literature to the studying of practical and applicable managerial techniques to successful decision‐implementation in teams. The paper focuses on this neglected domain, proposing a solution in the form of an integrative strategy.
Shetach, A. (2011), "Lighting the route to success: Efficient team implementation processes with the team managerial coping flowchart", Team Performance Management, Vol. 17 No. 1/2, pp. 7-22. https://doi.org/10.1108/13527591111114684Download as .RIS
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