New survey explores the changing landscape of teamwork

Today, we’re seeing a new culture of work take shape before our eyes. For many companies, the amount of time employees spend engaged in collaborative work—in meetings, on phone calls, or answering emails—has increased roughly 50 percent and takes up 80 percent or more of their time.1 We are on twice as many teams as we were five years ago.2 New generations that have grown up with technology are entering the workforce, bringing new expectations and norms. Remote and freelance work are on the rise, and some experts even predict that by 2027 a majority of the U.S. workforce will be freelance.3

One of the central pursuits of any organization, especially in this environment, is how to assemble a high-performing team and set them up for success. It’s more than simply bringing people together to focus on a project—it’s bringing coherence around ideas, goals, actions, and values. Just as every individual is different, so is every team and every project. That’s what makes teamwork and collaboration such an art.

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