A team is a group of people who are interconnected by what they are working to achieve. But, do you always need a team?

Take, for example, a group of emergency responders arriving at a disaster site. Do they already need to be a team to succeed?

They are all trying to achieve the same thing, which is to help people. But, in this case, a team may not be the right way to work.

Instead, a group of people aligned with common goals and strong working agreements likely makes more sense.

The same holds true for your working environment. Don’t form a team where one isn’t warranted. Form teams where it is.

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