Who is on our team?

Make a list of everyone who is on the team, and have a colleague do the same thing. See whether you arrived at the same result and discuss any differences. The next step could be to propose a meeting for the group to discuss who is on the team, who are associates and who is not on the team at all. 
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Happier teams

Who is on our team?

In an increasingly complex and connected working life, the boundaries for who works on what team can sometimes become blurred. Psychology researcher Michael West has noted this in his studies of team development. He clarifies the importance of everyone being completely clear about who is a team member and who is not. That makes it much easier to know which people should be involved when efforts should be made to develop cooperation.