Research: Team Organisation

Wilde makes a pretty good point:

Even when no open quarrel erupts, complementarity can breed unspoken disturst infecting the team. (Wilde, Douglass, 2009, pg. 40)

It’s something I’ve become acquainted with over time. I always respect other people’s ideas to the point where I try not to give constructive criticism they might take offence too. Teamology seems to encourage cohesion through open opinions that people can discuss. In one of our current projects, I’ve found myself agreeing with every idea rather giving my opinion. It’s interesting because that ability to give an honest impression can impact everyone’s perspective in a positive way, similar to how you constantly add to an existing idea which grows with everyone’s spark of ideas.

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