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posted on 2024-03-07, 03:16 authored by Niharika GarudNiharika Garud, Victor Sojo MonzonVictor Sojo Monzon

For most academics, research means working with multiple teams to get things done. Ranging from grants and industry engagement to most types of research projects, nearly all academic research activities require academics to build and manage their research teams. In this post, Niharika Garud and Victor Sojo showcase some key tools to make things easier for academic leaders to build and grow their research teams.

Getting Started

Before you begin, take a moment to outline your team’s goals and plan how you will act to help the team achieve these goals. There are three kinds of goals a team undertakes and depending on the type of goal, your team management style as well as underlying team processes should change and evolve [Thompson, L. L., & Thompson, M. (2008). Making the team: A guide for managers].

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