Charlotte Wagenberg

Adjunct Professor of Health Policy and Management and Public and Health Administration

(212) 998-7440
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Charlotte Wagenberg heads her own consulting practice specializing in leadership and organization development, team-based management, individual and organizational performance improvement, change management; and the alignment of business, human resources and customer service strategies in corporate, nonprofit, and public organizations. Previously, Dr. Wagenberg was a consultant with an international consulting firm and the vice president of human resources development in a major NYC teaching hospital.

Dr. Wagenberg received master's and doctoral degrees from Columbia University and has been at NYU Wagner since 1985 where she has received both the Distinguished Teacher Award and the Ace Award. Dr. Wagenberg is also on the faculty of the Executive MBA Program at NYU's Stern School of Business.

In order to utilize teams with the desired result, attention must be paid to how and why teams are assembled, launched, managed and rewarded. This course is also designed to prepare students for their Capstone project teams. This two-day course provides the fundamental principles and methods required to create high performing work, project, Capstone, and/or problem-solving teams. Topics covered will include: moving from group to team; stages of team development; identifying the key competencies for successful team functioning; critical roles and responsibilities on a team; ensuring team productivity; and troubleshooting common team problems. Particular attention will be paid to the critical success factors of Capstone teams - a unique type of team that has its own special challenges.

NOTE: In order to apply course concepts immediately, students form teams to complete the final assignment which is due 2-3 weeks after the course ends.

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In order to utilize teams with the desired result, attention must be paid to how and why teams are assembled, launched, managed and rewarded. This course is also designed to prepare students for their Capstone project teams. This two-day course provides the fundamental principles and methods required to create high performing work, project, Capstone, and/or problem-solving teams. Topics covered will include: moving from group to team; stages of team development; identifying the key competencies for successful team functioning; critical roles and responsibilities on a team; ensuring team productivity; and troubleshooting common team problems. Particular attention will be paid to the critical success factors of Capstone teams - a unique type of team that has its own special challenges.

NOTE: In order to apply course concepts immediately, students form teams to complete the final assignment which is due 2-3 weeks after the course ends.

Download Syllabus

In order to utilize teams with the desired result, attention must be paid to how and why teams are assembled, launched, managed and rewarded. This course is also designed to prepare students for their Capstone project teams. This two-day course provides the fundamental principles and methods required to create high performing work, project, Capstone, and/or problem-solving teams. Topics covered will include: moving from group to team; stages of team development; identifying the key competencies for successful team functioning; critical roles and responsibilities on a team; ensuring team productivity; and troubleshooting common team problems. Particular attention will be paid to the critical success factors of Capstone teams - a unique type of team that has its own special challenges.

NOTE: In order to apply course concepts immediately, students form teams to complete the final assignment which is due 2-3 weeks after the course ends.

Download Syllabus