Describes the formation, selection and experience of a multi-departmental task force membership. The problems faced by the Task Force leaders raise questions about the selection of members of a task force that has the selection, establishment of group norms, values, goals, leading a task force, issues of confidentiality and responsibility, individual rivalry and intragroup conflict and politics. A rewritten version of an earlier case by JJ Gabarro.

Describes the formation, selection and experience of a multi-departmental task force membership. The problems faced by the Task Force leaders raise questions about the selection of members of a task force that has the selection, establishment of group norms, values, goals, leading a task force, issues of confidentiality and responsibility, individual rivalry and intragroup conflict and politics. A rewritten version of an earlier case by JJ Gabarro.
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Daniel J. Isenberg
Source: HBS
5 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 12, 1983. Prod #: 484005-PDF-ENG
Acton-Burnett, Inc. (A) HBR case solution