What kind of teamwork leads to exceptional work — and helps a business to flourish?
A lot of things about the way we work have changed since the start of 2020. But among all the uncertainty, one thing has become clearer than ever: we’re all in this together.
Any good manager knows that teamwork — that is, working together harmoniously — is what separates the so-so teams from the superb ones. In fact, our research shows that it’s one of the most important indicators of overall performance.
But for something with such tangible results, teamwork itself can be pretty tricky to define. So how do you measure it? How can you develop it? And what are the key warning signs you should be looking out for?
Read our report to learn what the data — and the experts — can teach us about good teamwork.
“It should surprise no one that bosses (like me) often feel everything’s just grand – even when our teams may be suffering! I sincerely hope this gap is closing but I’m not sure the data suggests that.” - Doug Kessler, Co-founder and Creative Director, Velocity Partners
How do you measure teamwork? Learn why soft measures of team cohesion are some of the most concrete signs of success.
How much should teams be talking? There’s a sweet spot for interaction frequency. Here’s how to find it.
Which factors have the biggest impact on team output? Discover which two factors have the biggest influence on results — and how to make sure you get them right.
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