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Teams Are Good for Complex Tasks

Teams are often the best choice for addressing complex problems and issues that affect many parts of the organization. Examples might include enterprise resource planning and implementation, a strategy for expanding the organization’s products and services into the global market, or the development of an Internet business model. Through its members, a team can represent the thinking of a broad spectrum of stakeholders and act accordingly.

Teams can also help address controversial organizational change. When an organization expects resistance to a resource realignment, for example, or to a new business initiative, teams can increase the speed at which new ideas are accepted and help spread commitment to new strategies by communicating through its members to the company’s different functional areas.


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