You build a team around top-notch talent. The team members work well together; they're committed to the mission and highly motivated to perform. Yet the results are disappointing.
You're not seeing creativity and flexibility. You're not getting breakthrough ideas.
"Good" teams build camaraderie, confidence in their abilities, and a solid process for working together.
But these internal dynamics -while positive in themselves- can create a wall between the team and the outside wolrd.
And what wall can prevent the team from adapting to change and delivering value to the organization.