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What are Self-Managing Teams-



  • mesh organizations, where the responsibilities and accountabilities are shared among team members.
  • A self-managed team is a group of employees that’s responsible and accountable for all or most aspects of producing a product or delivering a service.
    • A self-managed team carries out supporting tasks, such as planning and scheduling the workflow and managing annual leave and absence, in addition to technical tasks.
  • -highly successful- organizations like Zappos, Google, and Meta, teams can come up with their own goals.
  • increases their responsibilities to another level as they are making a strategic impact, directly.
  • but the pay-off is highly engaged teams.
  • leadership is still very much valued in self-managing teams.
    • people still need guidance, support, an outside perspective,
    • Keep removing obstacles that keep the team from running itself successfully.
  • Our work is empirical in nature. We discover what to do, by doing it.
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