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There is much talk these days about implementing self-managed or self-directed teams. As a process, self-directed work teams become increasingly able to perform functions that in the past were done by others outside the group. As an outcome, it is a team that without a management-appointed supervisor that substantially controls the creation (manufacturing or service), scheduling, design, quality control, procurement, and employee hiring/firing/performance feedback of a process that has a specific product or service. The company supports the team by its organizational structure, information system, compensation policy, and management. There are three approaches: the opportunistic approach, the partial implementation approach, and the structural (re-engineering) approach.
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