Category Archives: teams

You only have to worry about a few employees (maybe)

You were probably taught, as we were, that all naturally occurring phenomena are distributed along a “normal” or Bell curve.  Take talent, for example.   In this case, very  untalented people would make up a small percentage of a population (say, … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Results Actually Count!

We read in the September 6 issue of Business Week that researchers form INSEAD and MIT have discovered that the “traditional” metrics of team performance—how well team members get along, communicate, team spirit, etc. —are actually not all that useful  … Continue reading

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