By Daniel Wolf
In many organizations, strategic teams have become essential forces of growth, performance, and change. They represent specific experience and expertise. They provide the unique capacity to drive strategy integration and execution. They serve as critical resources in the “middle spaces” of organizational structure. What separates effective teams from those that struggle? What are the key principles of team leadership and team trust? What makes teams — and the work of teams — such powerful engines for developing talent-rich organizations? Good questions — and the answers can be found in three key themes for team development.