Teams may be comprised of multiple individuals or multiple dyads; dyads are a special case of teams, i.e., two-person teams. Teams and dyads will be distinguished from groups. In addition, we will focus on all types of teams in a variety of types of organizations; e.g., work teams, executive teams, top management teams, self-managed teams, high performance teams, virtual teams, cross-functional teams, cross-cultural teams, R&D teams, military teams, temporary teams, and sports teams. We will explore various similarities and differences across these types of teams, as well as issues such as team building, team conflict and resolution, and team communication and decision making. Students are required to write new cases and case analyses by applying leadership and teambuilding concepts to actual leadership situations. Prerequisite: core courses.