Voluntarily formed teams perform better than alternatives
The way teams are formed in business today is not likely to yield the best results, and also leads to lower job satisfaction.
There is quite a lot of evidence for women’s aversion to highly competitive work environments, and women seem to perform less well when stuck in such workplaces. So, it begs the question: in what environments do women do well, if testosterone-saturated stress factories fail to engage them? Are women naturally more cooperative than men…
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