It is a bizarre disconnect that management turns to this model whenever an emergency erupts, yet they typically take the opposite approach during day-to-day operations.
(business and multitasking issues are covered in depth in part 2).
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10/8/2013 10:16 AM
Miscommunication between team members is the stuff f nightmares! It simply must not happen. And yes, you're right Mary. One team per project, and vice-versa always works better. This way, they can focus completely on finishing one project to the best of their abilities, before moving on the next one.
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