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Self-managed work teams at Harris Semiconductor, Mountaintop operations

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2 Author(s)
B. Heffron ; Harris Semicond., USA ; R. A. Rerick

Successful teaming in the workplace depends on a vast array of human interactions and attributes. Some of the qualities inherent to teamwork are leadership, positive attitude, and open communication. A team also needs a framework that allows it to perform the tasks needed to run the team's daily business activities. Self-Managed Work Teams are an integral part of the business activities within Harris Semiconductor at the Mountaintop, Pennsylvania site. Harris teams have evolved through team leaders and adopted the Star Concept structure to improve overall effectiveness of teaming. Team members are assigned to a point and assume the responsibilities for the team. These assignments are rotated on a timely basis so that the skill base of all team members elevates which increases productivity, communication, and flexibility within the production area

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Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference and Workshop, 1997. IEEE/SEMI

Date of Conference:

10-12 Sep 1997