15 Simple Reasons Teamwork Fails

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Why Teamwork Fails?

Why do some efforts to build teamwork fail? Why do some organizations seem to be very successful in their team development and other groups cannot get off the ground?

Here are 15 simple reasons why teamwork fails.

Teamwork fails:

  1. Because of weak communications between team members.
  2. Due to a lack of networking and partnering with other organizations outside of the team.
  3. Because the vision of the team leaders and the day-to-day workings of the team are imbalanced.
  4. Due to wasting time on daily problems and not accomplishing goals and strategies.
  5. Because of poor operating strategies. All team members do not own the team plan.
  6. By not doing the right things in the right way at the right time!
  7. Because of poor time.
  8. Because of weak productivity on the part of each team member.
  9. Because poor conflict management skills cause teams to fail.
  10. Because the strengths of the team are not highlighted.
  11. Due to the weaknesses of the team being highlighted.
  12. Due to good opportunities for change being ignored.
  13. When members of the team turnover too often it causes a lack of organization, continuity, and momentum.
  14. Because job descriptions become more important than personal contributions to the team.
  15. Due to a lack of interpersonal team building skills. It is  not a priority.

What would you add to this list of 15?  What reasons have you seen for team failure?

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