From an evolutionary standpoint, the significance of teamwork is obvious. If our ancestors couldn’t get along in a group, they weren’t likely to live very long.
Social interactions and closeness to others have obvious benefits in everyday life, but research demonstrates that it also makes good business sense – it has the potential to boost organisational performance to the highest levels.
Beyond the productive output
productive teams come up with suggestions for organisational improvements
productive teams generate performance-oriented ideas
members in productive teams display extra-role behaviours such as speaking up
through interaction, the knowledge gained by teams contributes to better performance on an organisational level
when members learn and improve their problem-solving skills, they create a more competitive organisation
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