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What is the most important ingredient in extraordinary teamwork?


Is it more important to have strong positive relationships between coworkers or having serious expertise in each person's team role?

 

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    ThunderKeys 5 years ago

    Great answer thank you. I agree. Passion about a shared goal and it's outcomes are powerful sources of team bonding and motivation. As far as skills and strategy go, I guess it's about how technical or specialized their work needs to be.

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    ThunderKeys 5 years ago

    I agree, top notch skills are required for top notch technical goal attainment. I guess that hiring may be more important than team building, especially if you take the desired human factors mentioned above into account, and the goal-passion below.

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    ThunderKeys 5 years ago

    Humility, being humble. Now that's wisdom, but how to get there. There are probably no team building exercises for humility. These are the intangibles, the human factors. You've hit these on the head.