7 years ago, Google set out to find what makes the ‘perfect’ team — and what they found shocked other researchers
Put five, eight, 12 or more people together in a room, and it’s a crapshoot as to how well they’ll function as a team. The larger the group, the more difficult it becomes.
It’s a lot like dining out with a bunch of friends. Where to go? Italian? Vegetarian? Steakhouse? Each person has their own appetite, which can make creating a “shared-interest” extremely challenging.
Shared-interest is the lifeblood of teams, and only the most successful companies know how to foster it. But how?
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