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ETM 5221 - Engineering Teaming (SP19)
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the MS in ETM program or consent of instructor. Management and group issues inherent in the application and implementation of high performing work teams. The team’s roles in improving organizational performance, along with the best practice procedures and techniques that increase team effectiveness.
Monday, April 1-May 3, 2019
Advisor’s comments: This course is a one-credit hour course offered in the last 5 weeks of the semester and counts as an elective in the MSETM program. The MSETM curriculum requires 3 credit hours of electives.
Katzenbach, Jon R. and Smith, Douglas. 2001. The Discipline of Teams: A Mindbook-Workbook for Delivering Small Group Performance. New York, NY:Wiley
HBR’s 10 Must Reads On Teams. 2013. Boston, MA:Harvard Business School Publishing.
Bernstein, Ethan. 2014. Leadership and Teaming. Boston, MA:Harvard Business School Publishing.
Note to students: This booklet is only available through the Harvard Business School Publishing website for students and educators. Please use the link below to access the website. You must be a registered student to access and download documents from the website. There is no cost to register and I strongly recommend you register. You will most certainly be using this website in other graduate courses. Once you are registered and you log-in, you will be able to access Bernstein’s Leadership and Teaming at no cost. https://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cbmp/access/36076497