The idea for this book was born out of a strong belief that coping with the dynamic nature of today's environment is only possible by sharing ideas, by collaborating, and by effectively integrating individual skills. The importance of collaboration is particularly clear from statistics that indicate a continued increase in team-based working methods in organizations. ?A challenge that the pandemic has made even more complex.The book follows a problem-based approach, so that each chapter represents a moment of reflection and support on a specific problem that team members face. In particular, based on their research experience and their constant collaboration with companies, the authors have identified the main questions that managers ask themselves about team management, and around each question they have built a chapter with the intention of helping teams achieve their goals. Each chapter includes an interview, to bring in the perspective of the corporate world, and a list of questions that readers are invited to ask themselves, as well as their team members or leaders, with the aim of fostering constructive debate on how to improve teamwork.
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Leonardo Caporarello is Professor of Practice of Leadership, Organization and HR, SDA Bocconi School of Management. He is the winner of the 2017 Rotman School of Management (Canada) “Teaching Award”.
Massimo Magni is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management at Università Bocconi where he is also the Director of the MSc in International Management.