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Denoting or relating to a system whereby people from different areas of an organization work together as a team.‘the need for a cross-functional approach to problem solving’
- ‘He works with members from various cross-functional groups - with internal audit and the insurance group, for example.’
- ‘In practice involvement is mainly confined to cross-functional teams operating at relatively senior levels.’
- ‘Other significant skills include: proficient time-management, business etiquette, and cross-cultural and cross-functional teambuilding skills.’
- ‘A cross-functional team approach and supportive environment offer Eddie the flexibility to do the things he feels necessary in driving the business.’
- ‘Data analysis points toward a need for extensive cross-functional expertise and training at a level beyond cursory familiarization or introductory exposure.’
- ‘The medical community stresses cross-functional capability.’
- ‘Likewise cross-functional teams are encouraged to utilize such data to analyse problems objectively as distinct from merely seeking scapegoats.’
- ‘Guide has organized its engineers into cross-functional teams that are dedicated to a specific project and remain with it from initial concept to product launch.’
- ‘Cross-functional teams provide the mechanism for communication and problem solving.’
- ‘When a company needs to make a major change in operating procedures, then a heavyweight, cross-functional team or unit is needed.’
- ‘Assign joint deliverables to cross-functional teams in order to foster greater collaboration.’
- ‘She led a marketing group of six and a cross-functional senior management team of 25.’
- ‘We have very strong cross-functional teams that operate at all of our sites.’
- ‘Students choose an area of global expertise as well as working in cross-functional and multinational teams in virtually every course.’
- ‘We have a cross-functional group that meets every month.’
- ‘Our many years of corporate experience allow us to offer a unique cross-functional approach that applies these core competencies to very practical business questions.’
- ‘A good facilitator will be able to guide the cross-functional teams rather than lead them.’
- ‘It's a cross-functional approach to the total work environment.’
- ‘CPM lends itself to team building, open communication, and cross-functional project management.’
- ‘For example, evidence suggests that conventional bureaucratic organization hinders cross-functional integration.’
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