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When Leading Teams, Focus on the Principles, Not the Personalities
(Jan.26)

Philip Carrigan

According to a survey reported by the Harvard Business Review (HBR) in June 2015, 75% of cross-functional teams are dysfunctional. The HBR report concluded that most cross-functional teams fail on at least three of five criteria: (1) meeting a planned budget, (2) staying on schedule, (3) following specifications, (4) satisfying customer expectations, and/or (5) maintaining alignment with the company’s corporate goals ...

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