Cross-Functional Teams: Reasons for Failure

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Cross-Functional Teams: Reasons for Failure
Carlo Scodanibbio, Other, South Africa-italy

Of course teams - including cross-functional teams - may fail: not achieving the set targets - or not efficiently, in terms of time/resources utilised - and, most critical, with members ending the team meeting dissatisfied, or frustrated, or convinced that it was a(nother) pure waste of time.
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Ferdinand Santos, Other, Philippines
- Good concept, poor implementation.

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Louis E. Evans, Analyst, United States
- When the team leader fails to articulate the ...

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Carlo Scodanibbio, Other, South Africa
Team-Work in general and CFT-work specifically gen...

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Mauro Feleppa, Manager, Italy
- Environment (in terms of company, departm...

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