Team dysfunction is more common than you might think. Although it’s a normal part of working relationships, there are ways to prevent it.

Dysfunction sometimes shows up at the start of a new relationship when teams are formed. Other times, team interactions start out well then you notice that something isn’t right. Dysfunction can impact all five phases of project execution: initiation, planning, execution, monitoring/controlling, and closing. 

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