Teamwork may not be very productive, researchers say

04/12/2012 | Financial Post (Canada)

Ray Williams writes about why working in teams may not always lead to more productivity. Research shows that group members sometimes engage in "social loafing" that can lessen overall output. The lesson is that leaders should resist the urge to use teams for every task and take steps to ensure accountability for team performance.

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