Team building is popular with business, organizations and universities because of its ability to improve performance through group's processes. Even though teambuilding is commonly used by businesses, there are few tools that measure the effectiveness of teambuilding quantity. One author suggests that there is a large amount of anecdotal evidence that teambuilding is effective, but quantity measures of teambuilding related to the outcomes it produces exists. The purpose of this project was to adapt the Team Problem Solving Assessment Tool (TPSAT) by Armando J. Rotondi for teambuilding events. A Delphi approach was used with content experts to modify the instrument.
Borton, Timothy R. and Groves, David L.
"Adaptation of the Team Problem Solving Assessment Tool for Teambuilding Applications,"
Visions in Leisure and Business: Vol. 20
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/visions/vol20/iss3/3