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11 Jan 2024 . tech . Tuckman's stages, startup edition Comments

Teams and groups within organizations are chaotic environments, people come and go, projects start, get cancelled, paused, or end, and the organization itself is constantly changing. Patterns can be found in chaotic systems though, and identifying these patterns will help you manage your stress and improve your performance, no matter if you are a manager or an individual contributor. One staple of team dynamics is Tuckman’s stages of group development, which describes the stages that a team goes through from the moment it is formed to the moment it is disbanded. These stages were defined in the “Developmental Sequence in Small Groups” paper that was published in 1965. The Stages Forming This is the first stage of a team, when team members are recruited and assigned with a…




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