The Team Diagnostic Survey (TDS) is an instrument taken by members
of a work team to diagnose the how well the team is structured,
supported, and led. It also provides an assessment of how well
members work together, and of members' motivation and
When team members have completed the TDS, a feedback report is
automatically generated. This report, which members can view on
the web using their Team ID and Password, graphically shows
the team's special strengths, areas where improvement may be
needed, and how the team compares to other teams that previously
have taken the instrument.
- To preview a sampling of sections from the Team Diagnostic Survey, click
- To preview a contents listing and samples of pages from the team feedback report, click
- The TDS is based on the conditions for team effectiveness discussed in the book "Leading Teams:
Setting the Stage for Great Performances," by J. Richard Hackman. For information about the book,
or to order a copy, click here.
For a technical description of the instrument
that gives details about its development and psychometric
properties, click here.
Press "continue" to see what is involved in using the TDS to
assess your team.