Skills, KPIs and incentives are macro factors for project team success – so why do projects still fail? Prof. Anca Metiu‘s research into Team Excellence via Task Bubbles focuses on the micro factors that may well make the difference.
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With “Team Excellence via Task Bubbles” the Council on Business & Society launches the Research Pod series – a collection of condensed learning capsules inspired from internationally published research in the fields of CSR, management and leadership, HR, finance and reporting, social enterprise, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and sustainable business practices.
In this Research Pod, Prof. Anca Métiu, ESSEC Business School, analyses the macro and micro factors determining team excellence and project success, provides food for thought questions to reflect on the issue, your context and the wider impact, and sets a 7-question checklist to help you put your acquired knowledge into action.
For managers, entrepreneurs, leaders, instructors and those with an interest in research with an impact. Ramp up your knowledge, improve your teams, gain in leadership, reshape your business or give your teaching, training or coaching a new dynamic.
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- Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa
- Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
- Warwick Business School, United Kingdom.