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Grouping Of Star Players

Big companies select and prioritize a few roles that are business critical and assign their top, A-grade talent into them. The rest of their roles do not have many star players.

The way a team is constructed from the beginning, and how many star players are stacked together matters a lot, especially for the crucial projects.

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