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Team culture

Every organization has a culture that is carried over into each project team. An organization’s culture is defined by physical factors, such as space and cleanliness, as well as emotional factors, such as leadership and loyalty.

Project teams adopt the organization’s culture, but the culture is often intensified due to the characteristics of a project team. The team environment is usually limited to a smaller room where the team meets, and social interactions are more intense because the number of people on the team is smaller than the number of people within the organization. If an organization’s culture is one of over-worked, under-paid employees who are weary and stressed, this attitude will be intensified within the project team. Likewise, an organization with a supportive, efficient culture will likely have enthusiastic, cohesive teams.


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