The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Chapter 7 : Great teams have peer-to-peer accountability, meaning everyone’s performance is transparent.
In some teams, when members have developed good rapport, they are then reluctant to hold one another accountable, because they fear their valuable personal relationships will be jeopardized. Ironically, this reluctance can and will damage those personal relationships, because the team members will begin to resent each other for not living up to expectations and for slipping from the team’s performance standards.
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