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Why the Non-Superstar Might Be the Most Important Team Member

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Hot shots get all the attention, but other team members can be the ones who make a group really tick. “Plus/minus” analysis, which is used by some professional sports teams, lets organizations understand, through data, not just individual performance but performance in context. Research by Thomas H. Davenport details how the goal is to understand how a team performs when one person is part of the mix, and when they’re not.

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Bringing Fun and Creativity to Work

How do you inspire employees to become more motivated and perform better? By challenging them to test their creativity and collaboration skills through a team-based contest. “The contest provided a safe environment for participants to unleash their imaginations and form an emotional connection,” write the authors. “That, in turn, triggered an increased level of psychological ownership and positive feelings.“

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Successful Knowledge Management Projects

Scholars and observers from disciplines as disparate as sociology, economics, and management science agree that a transformation has occurred — knowledge is at center stage.1 Knowledge is information combined with experience, context, interpretation, and reflection.

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The Generative Cycle: Linking Knowledge and Relationships

With their flat structures, service-oriented workforce, and participative decision processes, professional service firms (such as lawyers, accountants, doctors) can provide a model toward which larger, more hierarchical organizations can turn for guidance. End result: to be become leaner, quicker and more flexible.

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