The scientific truth about teamwork

07/23/2013 | Barking Up The Wrong Tree blog

Building a great team isn't easy, but researchers are on the case, writes Eric Barker. He surveys some of the most interesting and least intuitive scientific studies of corporate teamwork. One example: "Team trust is not determined by an average of the members, it's at the level of the least trusted member," he writes.

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