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When we manage and coach a project, we build the team and this means more than just hiring or engaging some experienced or inexperienced people. It means we help the team to bond, to work and to think together in a unified way.

We seek to establish, formulate and develop a team that will effortlessly and confidently communicate with each other, build and engender trust, foster a reliance on the whole of the team and on the professionalism and integrity of individual team members, create supportive leadership skills across the team, build and cement a rapport that bonds robust relationships with an empathy between individuals.

A team that displays these attributes is a team that will work together more easily and offer the opportunity to build up its performance to an efficient and higher rate of delivery, velocity and output.

A project team is, in many situations, already in place when you get your project underway. It is not always the case that you have a blank canvas when instigating a project team. However, you may be in a position to select the team members prior to starting your project venture. We can look at the optimum characteristics for this team now.

Selecting a suitable mix of logical and intuitive people, analytical and instinctive, investigational and discerning, individuals and team players as well as experienced and even more experienced people is a very good opportunity to make the best start, indeed.

Therefore, choosing the optimum agile team is the challenge that you will face in this situation.



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