By Todd Dewett | Wednesday, March 26, 2014
This week’s first tip takes aim at our unquestioning love of teams. For the last half century, building a team to handle issues has been the de facto response to big challenges at work.
The idea is simple. Two heads (or three or four) are better than one. More experience and more ideas make for more effective decision making, right?
Not necessarily. First, there are many ineffective ways to build teams. From staffing and training to recognition and rewards, we don’t always think about all the issues that should be involved when building a team.
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