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Building an Intelligence Team: Co-Acting Groups vs. Work Teams

Building an Intelligence Team: Co-Acting Groups vs. Work Teams

We’re going to consider Co-Acting Groups versus Work Teams by asking a few simple questions. However, research and experience have identified 5 conditions which may increase the probability that these Work Teams may perform more effectively. So, if I’m asked to come in and set up an intelligence team, I’ve got 5 questions in my head that I want to ask. Now, which one do I want to choose? Let’s find out by asking these five questions.

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Building an Intelligence Team: The SOCIAL Perspective

When you’re looking at an intelligence team from a SOCIAL perspective, it focuses on the importance of collegial interactions to competently assess data. We see it as the “hive,” we see it as the “collective,” where everyone has something to contribute, and diversity makes us stronger. If we didn’t have this we wouldn’t have the SYNERGY needed to be a high performing team.