What do you think is the key to a successful team?

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  1. maria.rose profile image36
    maria.roseposted 7 years ago

    What do you think is the key to a successful team?

  2. oldhorse profile image66
    oldhorseposted 7 years ago

    I think the key success factors for a team are: a common purpose ( raising a family, building a company, ...), and team members treating each other with respect.

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    Being a successful team requires being able to work together with others for a common goal or interest--someone on a team has to be content NOT being the star but rather a part of something bigger than themselves.

    The ideal illustration of teamwork would be an orchestra.  No one instrument makes the music but rather it is all of the instruments working together to make one beautiful sound.

  4. C.V.Rajan profile image59
    C.V.Rajanposted 7 years ago

    Hey! There is this hub that covers this subject:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Team-work-and-t … nning-team

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    khmohsinposted 7 years ago

    For a successful team , its necessary  that all the team members should be cooperative with each other,must perform every individual,understanding with every other team member..work as team

  6. kkemper1 profile image60
    kkemper1posted 7 years ago

    each person buying into the objective[s]

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    writeronlineposted 7 years ago

    I agree with the other answers that mutual respect and shared goals are important. However, no-one (at the time I'm writing this) has commented on what I think are the two most vital factors: 1, each team member should have a designated role or responsibility, and 2, there must be a team leader. To me, that's the key.

    It's fashionable to say there's no "I" in team; and teamwork ceratinly demands an element of egalitarianism, but it's equally true that 'motion isn't progress'. Vast amounts of time can be wasted on discussion that just travels in a circle. Somebody has to be responsible for channelling, and directing the team input if anything is to be achieved.

    eg; in her answer, duffsmom has said "The ideal illustration of teamwork would be an orchestra. No one instrument makes the music but rather it is all of the instruments working together to make one beautiful sound."

    I'd say; not without a conductor.

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    Rosemary Banksposted 7 years ago

    I think hard work, focus and dedication.

 
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