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kare anderson

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Is anyone observing and writing about how the self-organized teams got started and operated? Since people as diverse as Matt Ridley and Clay Shirky believe such teams will play a bigger part of work in the future I have become interested in what makes they work or not.
A single goal (Launch Pad has), members recruited based on a specific talent (I presume) agree on any Rules of Engagement or mode of leadership (round robin it, or?)

Maybe a team from another school would be interested in observing these teams - psychology or?

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