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The effect of self managing teams on manager commitment and organizational tenure in private clubs

With the time, effort, and cost involved in developing self-managing teams, we conducted an empirical study of the private club industry to help determine whether differences exist in terms of organizational tenure and commitment between managers who use self-managing teams and managers who use traditionally managed teams. Findings suggest that managers who use self-managing teams are more committed to the private club industry than managers who use traditionally managed teams and that managers who use self-managing teams enjoy increased organizational tenure over managers who do not use them.

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