I've designed and overseen behavioral treatment programs for teens in homes and residential treatment settings.
Teen discipline should fall on a continuum of least to most intrusive intervention based on the needs and responsiveness of each situation and teen.
There should always be an emphasis on positive support strategies that teach and reward healthy choices. Evidence-based behavioral programs do this really well.
Examples of effective behavioral strategies:
1) Don't always take away privileges as a punishment when there are problem behaviors going on regularly. Put a program in place where they have to "earn" privileges for learning how to, and making good behavioral choices. This "reinforces" the good choices with the enjoyment from accessing the privilege.
Getting privileges for positive behavior choices allows you to transfer motivation form the things kids love to do (tv, video games etc) to tasks they might avoid, like doing what you ask as their parents, doing chores and doing homework.
2) Stay calm and think clearly during disciplinary exchanges. In fact you can't think straight if you aren't calm. Kids can sabotage your discipline by setting you off emotionally.
Kids also learn how to control their emotions from watching you react to real challenges. The need to have good emotional self control is critical to making many positive choices for teens and adutls.
3) Teach and make very clear the behavior you want to see your kids do when you ask them. For example you can't expect kids to do high quality homework if they don't know how to do homework properly.
You can't expect them to do chores if they don't know how to do them properly. Teaching them strong tips and strategies that make work easier.
4) Teach new skills and behavior choices when things are fun and positive. If you teach kids somthing new during punishment then they will associate it with and avoid the new learning like they avoid punishment.
Make learning fun. Kids tend to repeat behavior choices they enjoy. That's why they play video games etc. If you make learning how to do chores and homework fun, then they will do more of it naturally.
Hope that helps,