In the context of team development processes in the company there are more and more outdoor trainings used in the field of vocational training. This thesis pursues the goal of determining if team development in the company, from the business education point of view, with the help of outdoor training is possible, suitable, and successful. At the beginning the term outdoor training is going to be defined, further it addresses the history of its development with the clear roots in experiential education to the point of the current international situation. Furthermore, the relationship between outdoor training and experiential education is going to be explored, which are to be viewed differentiated. Moreover, the link between business education and team development is studied using the definitions and perceptions of Arnold and Trummer. The different types of teams and team development phases are going to be described by Tuckman. To demonstrate the relationship of business education and team development it has been ascertained based on the corporate culture the economic and educational principle that the business education should focus on the individual, so that a successful team development is feasible. To give an insight into the current state of research about the contribution of outdoor training for team development in the company, empirical studies about use and effect are exemplary analyzed and summarized. The result is that outdoor trainings are often used for team development in the company and they can support the team development process. Using different learning transfer models, experiences of the outdoor training can be successfully used and implemented in daily company situations, and therefore eliminate the efficacy problems. Although there are only a few studies on the research subject, it should be noted that outdoor training for the team development in the company, from the business educational perspective definitely is a positive contribution.