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3.1 Teams Commit to Common Goals
Without some mutual goal, people do not strive—they just put in their time.
3.2 Teams Can Perform Better Than Individuals Do Alone
This example shows how the combined intellects of team members make more total knowledge available.
3.3 Teams Often Face Seven Common Problems
Common team problems concern leadership, cooperation, participation, procrastination, quality, function creep, and evaluation.
3.4 Four Reasons That Teams Fail
The four principal reasons that teams fail are inadequate resources, leadership problems, impossible goals, and morale problems.
3.5 The Jelled Team
An effective team has an ethic, an attitude, and an energy that permeate everything it does.
3.6 Four ...