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Teamwork and team building capacity of Nepalese managers


Sateesh Kumar Ojha


Faculty of Management,Tribhuvan University


The roles of teaming in any organization do not require any lengthy expression. Without teaming up of the employees hardly organizations achieve any success. The major purpose of organizations to meet competitive challenges of these days, become far from reach in the absence of effective teams led by efficient manager. This article addresses issues on how far Nepalese managers are successful in building teams in their organizations, what factors are responsible for successful operations of teams, how Nepalese managers are different from managers of other Countries in this regard. The methodology uses both primary and secondary data. Research approach is qualitative as well as quantitative (mixed approach).


Employee relation, organizational trust, employee commitment, organizational value.

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