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Chapter 22. Adjusting Team Membership > Incorporating New Team Members

Incorporating New Team Members

Whether it’s necessary to fix a problem or just because people move on, team membership won’t remain stable forever, and when the players change, team dynamics also change. You’ve got new personalities to adjust to and new skills to exploit.

Since high-performance teamwork grows out of the agreements forged by a developing group, even the most valuable newcomer creates a new set of problems. Should you start team-building all over? It’s unlikely that you’ll have the time and support for that. Should you just hope the newcomer gets accepted eventually? That’s risky for the individual and likely to slow down teamwork.


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