It takes time to get a new team up and running, and most teams go through predictable stages as they develop.
When you understand these, you can get a new team up and running quickly and effectively, and without much of the difficulty that people often experience.
Psychologist, Bruce Tuckman, identified four stages of team formation in the 1960s, and he called them “Forming, Norming, Storming, and Performing.” (Even now, this is a well-respected tool.)
In our article on Tuckman’s model, find out more about each of these stages, and learn what you can do to help your people move through each one successfully.
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