Volume 12, Issue 2 (1983)
Guest Editors' Comments
Charles A. Maher, Steven I. Pfieffer
Teams that vary in scope, size, and personnel have a long history of involvement in business, educational, industrial, and mental health organizations. Within those contexts, teams have engaged in diverse activities characterized by team members working together as a group, rather than as individuals, toward a common purpose or goal.
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