Hi Guys,
Sharing an interesting article by Harvey Schachter on creating an effective team.
Talks about an interesting model of 4 different roles played by individuals in a team - Generator, Editor, Maker and Collaborator along with the dynamics resulting from their interactions in a team environment.
For those who do not want to download, you can also view the same here, A formula for an effective team - 4 different roles | Magic Of Teams
Do share your thoughts and comments.
Regds
Rakesh

From India, Delhi

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Hi Rakesh, how do new posting in this site ? pls educate me. Since i am new to this site.
From India, Madras
Dear Priya,
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dev

From India, Ludhiana
Dear Rakesh,
I do not really agree with what is mentioned in the article, particularly in India. Here, same person is expected to play different roles at different times.
Also building teams for a startup or an SME segment has different set of challenges which need changes in the whole eco-system.
Look forward to comments from others.
Regards,

From India, New Delhi

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