New research reveals surprising truths about why some work groups thrive and others falter.
Rebecca Frazee's insight:
Thanks to a LDT540 student for sharing this in class. She says "Here's an interesting article about a Harvard Researcher that analyzed which teams at Google worked the most effectively, and why. It's written in a fun narrative style and describes how they performed a "gap analysis" between really effective teams vs. ineffective teams. It doesn't quite use the terminology we've learned so far, but it does demonstrate the Google teams' "optimals,", "actuals", and "causes". Also, their conclusion was super interesting! Definitely worth a read if you're interested in team psychology."
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Rebecca Frazee's insight:
This is a great learning opportunity for our LDT students. And if you may be interested in a certificate or master's degree in our Learning Design & Technology program at San Diego State, this webinar will give you a taste of one of the many career opportunities awaiting you! Join us at our upcoming open house to learn more about LDT@SDSU - https://lnkd.in/bFCYu62
Through the use of the critical incident technique one may collect specific and significant behavioral facts, providing "… a sound basis for making inferences as to requirements… " for measures of typical performance (criteria), measures of proficiency (standard samples), training, selection and classification, job design and purification, operating procedures, equipment design, motivation and leadership (attitudes), and counseling and psychotherapy. The development, fundamental principles, present status, and uses of the critical incident technique are discussed, along with a review of studies employing the technique and suggestions for further applications. 74-item bibliography. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)
Like ISPI, ODN shares our values for making individuals, teams, units, organizations, and the world better. Their systemic focus on organizational development fits squarely with our principles and practices as well as our 10 Standards. You can find out more about ODN at www.odnetwork.org.
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