Critical Elements of Team Formation to Enhance Organizational Innovation
Jeffrey S. Hornsby
A chapter in The Challenges of Corporate Entrepreneurship in the Disruptive Age, 2018, vol. 28, pp 123-140 from Emerald Publishing Ltd
Abstract Teams are an important component to the success of corporate innovation and entrepreneurship. However, innovation teams often suffer because management fails to develop a change strategy and prepare managers and participants to work in teams. This chapter provides a discussion of the critical elements needed to prepare team member, including reviewing the team development process and offering insights on how to manage communication, conflict resolution, creative problem solving, and decision-making to enhance team performance. Additionally, research on the use of innovation teams is presented along with some recommendations for management to implement innovation teams in organizations.
Keywords: Teams; innovation; corporate entrepreneurship; conflict resolution; decision-making; problem solving; research outcomes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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