To achieve a successful outcome for their projects, project teams often need to liberate energies and capabilities greater than that of the sum of the individual members, during what can be a period of considerable stress. It can be beneficial to project teams to understand how this growth in group efficiency arises, and to be able to capture it repeatedly. In this paper we give some tips for group efficiency improvement suggested by several experienced project management practitioners.

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International Journal of Project Management
Erasmus Research Institute of Management

Veil, C., & Turner, R. (2002). Group efficiency improvement: How to liberate energy in project groups. International Journal of Project Management, 20(2), 137–142. doi:10.1016/S0263-7863(00)00036-3