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Subject:RE: Team Building From:"Kari K. Gulbrandsen Andres" <kandres -at- UDel -dot- Edu> To:Melanie Shook <mshook -at- com2001 -dot- com> Date:Tue, 23 Nov 1999 10:35:13 -0500 (EST)
i find the same mentality that tries to build team support, the same
mentality that assigns you to a group project in college. 9 times out of
10, it was the ones who were concerned about their grade and were truly
interested in the project that did the work. the same is true in the
business work-- if you work well together, you work well together-- no amt
of team building camaraderie will change that. and to work well together,
you need to want to and share common goals. my $.02.