The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Chapter 7 : Great teams have peer-to-peer accountability, meaning everyone’s performance is transparent.
Unfortunately, if team members do not call each other out in such cases, it will make everyone feel less accountable, which in turn results in missed deadlines, mediocre results and poor team performance. The team leader is then burdened with being the sole source of discipline in the team, as there is no peer-to-peer accountability.
2016-04-11 18:56:33 UTC

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