Multiple team membership: bad or good for business?



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Working in a team today is a very different experience to that of a few years ago. For many people, it’s no longer about contributing to one team but juggling active membership of several. Theoretically, this can boost team and organisational performance but, in practice, it often causes inefficiencies and burnout. So, what’s the verdict? Is multiple team membership good or bad for business?


In reading this article, you will: 

  • Understand the 'common knowledge effect'
  • Discover the importance of misaligned understanding
  • Learn to manage pressure on the multi-team individual


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