Highly performing teams are what we all strive for. Working in a close-knit, professional group is a much nicer and rewarding experience than working with people who don’t get on, don’t communicate and don’t function as a team.
But how do we lead teams from that dysfunctional state where they are little more than a group of people in the same room to a fully operational, highly performing team? Dr Bruce Tuckman has the answer. Actually he found it quite a long time ago.