Team Dynamics!

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Team dynamics play a large part in the success or failure of a project. Often time’s group dynamics play a bigger part than the collective skill set of a team. In my tenure as a software developer, I have had the opportunity to work on teams that have had both good dynamics and nasty dynamics. And as you may have guessed, the experiences are very, very different. A team that works well together and collaborates is far more motivated, excited, and concerned with the overall quality of the end product. Sadly, the opposite is true of the team with lousy dynamics. Team members will isolate themselves, quality will decrease exponentially, and team members simply stop caring because they are frustrated. At the end of the day, your chances of success in a situation like this are essentially, well… 0.

So, with team dynamics fresh in our minds, I thought it would be…

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