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It’s time to learn to unlearn

Six team behaviors that crush collaboration

Thanks to my colleague at ThoughtWorks Daisy Park for her hard work on editing and making the article more readable.

It’s almost inevitable that we need to work with people in our day jobs. However, it can always feel a little risky to work with unfamiliar co-workers. We often hear inspiring stories about “high-performance teams” and the benefits of team collaboration, but in reality, it’s rare to have smooth teamwork from the get-go.




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Juntao Qiu

A software engineer / designer at Thoughtworks, and a technical author.

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