The first thing managers should do before deciding whether to change to a team

The first thing managers should do before deciding

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22. The first thing managers should do before deciding whether to change to a team-based organization is to A. conduct a feasibility study.B.establish the leadership for the change.C. determine whether competitors are using teams.D. prepare for implementation.E. develop a steering committee.23. The person leading the change to a team-based organization must 24. To assist in making the decision whether to change to a team-based organization, what a steering committee does includes all of the following EXCEPT: 25. Selection of the first site for implementing teams is crucial because
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26. The best initial site for implementing teams is one that A. is removed from the core operations of the business.B.includes workers who accept the idea of using teams.C. is chosen to reward a successful manager.D. needs the most improvement.E. includes workers from only one job category.27. The most important phase of planning the implementation to teams is 28. The ____ is simply an expression of purpose that summarizes the long-range benefits the company hopes to gain by moving to a team environment. 29. The draft plan, which guides the continuing work of the design teams and the first work teams, includes all of the following EXCEPT:
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