We need to reconsider how we work as a team

Workers clean the exterior of the National Aquatics Center, also known as the Water Cube, at the Olympic Green in Beijing, July 18, 2008. With less than a month to go to the Olympics, Beijing and neighbouring provinces have asked polluting industries to shut or reduce production to clean the air for athletes, and to help offset a looming power shortage. REUTERS/Ge Gong (CHINA) (BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 PREVIEW)

Research has found that team work can not be transferred into different areas without the required skills Image: REUTERS/Ge Gong

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