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In software development, building a great team is a delicate yet achievable goal. Although there isn't an exact formula, most managers would come to a common consensus on the basics. The formula might look something like this: Varying Skill Sets + Seasoned Members + Balanced Personalities + Proper Mindset = Success! Many attempt to build teams with this or similar formulas but find that some teams still struggle to shine. This is generally due to a lack of team confidence. Although each member might be an all-star on their own, when placed on a team, the team itself has its own personality. A team with confidence issues is dangerous and typically results in disorganization, frustration, mistrust, unhealthy debate, buggy releases, and missed deadlines. The good news is there's a simple way to build team confidence.

Posted by ZacGery  |   Dec 22 2013 / 10:33

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