Guest Access
Log In

Teamology 2009

  • Author: Wilde, Douglass
  • Pub or Rev Date: 2008
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 1848003870

  • Availability: Available to borrow
  • Format:


Teamology: The Construction and Organization of Effective Teams demonstrates how psychiatrist C. G. Jung’s cognition theory, a cornerstone of modern personality typology, may be used to form and organize effective problem-solving teams through a novel quantitative transformation of numbers from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) psychological instrument directly on to Jung’s eight cognitive modes. The resulting quantitative mode scores make obvious what is needed to make a good team. The product of sixteen years of studying student teams in engineering design project courses at Stanford University, Teamology: The Construction and Organization of Effective Teams is of value to educators in charge of engineering project courses, as well as to students and working professionals on project teams at all levels of engineering, architecture and business. The book is also useful for users of MBTI, and counselors interested in personal self-awareness and the development of interpersonal ability.

You can help support BAAPT by purchasing books through our Amazon Associate Store portal. To place an order in the BAAPT online store, look for this book in our storefront or access Amazon with the BAAPT code, then begin your order.

Comments and Reviews

Note: All comments are publicly viewable. However, only registered users can leave a comment. To register, or to send a comment by email, contact webmaster at

BAAPT.LibraryForm edit

Lib Title Teamology 2009
Lib Source Type Donated
Lib Source Name D. Wilde
Lib Aq Date 04/01/2011
Lib Copies 1
Topic revision: r2 - 04 May 2014, VickiBrown
Copyright © 2014-2019 BAAPT (San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of Association for Psychological Type International)
Myers-Briggs®, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and MBTI® are trademarks or registered trademarks of MBTI® Trust, Inc., in the United States and other countries.
This site is built using Foswiki. -- Send feedback to webmaster.