3 Ingredients for Building Effective Teams
Roles might shift somewhat once the team is assembled, but an understanding of the skill sets and thinking styles is important for the team.
For example, the explorer will be more of a big-picture thinker who can help the team see what is possible and the number-cruncher will take charge of measurement and metrics, etc.
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