These phrases have become common in our daily work lives. We see them in employment advertisements. We see them in job and position descriptions. And, we’ve seen them for over three decades.
Teams continue to be a real and integral part of our everyday work lives. In fact, in a recent study by AchieveGlobal, nearly half of the participants reported that their organizations create teams always or often.
So, just what constitutes a team—how do you recognize and create one? Frequently, people misconstrue a group of people for a team. However, there is a distinction between the two concepts. A group of people is simply that—a group of people. A team, on the other hand, is defined as a group of individuals assembled and organized, formally or informally, to work together to achieve some shared objective.
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