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Learning For Success: How Team Learning Behaviors Can Help Project Teams To Increase The Performance Of Their Projects by Ben Kuipers, Chantal Savelsbergh, Peter Storm

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CHAPTER 1

Executive Summary

Why Investigate Team Learning?

Teamwork is essential in gaining project success. To have success in a project, it is necessary that people with different interests, different areas of expertise, and different previous experiences and from different work cultures are brought together to become a smoothly operating team. Individual success can be motivating to the person involved, but it can also be a factor that limits the ability of the team to strive for joint success.

In the early 1980s two Dutch expeditions were organized to reach the top of the Mount Everest. The team that made the first attempt was twice the size of the second, its budget was more than twice as large, and it consisted of the best top climbers ...

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