Team Re-Shuffle (Three Years Study)
AbstractThis study introduces a team re-shuffle as a tool to enhance team learning, knowledge transfer, team communication and understanding of roles and interdependence of team members and their influence on the level of team performance. Team re-shuffle is a selfdirected group based teaching method based on team members' interactions, gaining specific knowledge in the teams, re-formation of teams, transfer of specific knowledge to a newly formed team, and new team’s dependency on working with acquired parts of gained specific knowledge. The paper explains process, subjects and impacts of team re-shuffle on students in strategic management courses on the basis of three years' research.
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This chapter was published in: Vaclav Svec & Ivana Ticha & Tereza Kaderabkova , , pages 139-148, 2012.
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