Linda B. Nilson, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation
The purpose of this handbook is to equip you with tools that can help your team
work productively and successfully. These techniques will help your team organize information,
organize and run effective meetings, and generate useful member contributions.
Objectives for You
After you read and start using this handbook
in your team work, you will be able to:
* Recognize different team player styles
and what each contributes to the team.
Organize a new team with clear
ground rules, roles, and responsibilities.
Organize and run effective team meetings that stay on track.
Practice project and time planning.
Follow the Seven Steps of Problem-Solving.
Apply more qualitative and quantitative analysis techniques
Know when and how to use the appropriate organizational and