which of the following is a disadvantage of a large team?
As a leader you will need to balance the need for individual accountability and the need for team effectiveness.
A team of 1,000 people can only control so much. In a team, there are always two people who don’t do what they’re supposed to do. In the office, if one person gets sick and needs to be taken to the ER, then the rest of the team has to get on with the job. But with teamwork, you have the opportunity to step back and decide when you need to delegate and when you have the time to do your job well.
When it comes to the most effective teams, the team members tend to be more motivated if they have a common goal. This helps them work more effectively. For example, when a large company was looking at reducing its waste, one of the things they considered was that the teams could be better organized. So, the company decided to give each team a new member and assign them a new job, even though there was no reason for it.
This is a fairly common mistake that companies make. They are trying to “delegate” a big task to the “individual” members of their team. However, the bigger the team gets, the more the individual members are pushed out. The organization becomes more and more of a “divide and conquer” strategy. The more work that’s being done by the team members, the more they can get pushed out.
This is a more subtle but important issue. The bigger the team gets, the more individual members are pushed out. The more work that is being delegated to the team members, the more they can get pushed out. The more work that is being performed by the individual team members, the more the team members can get pushed out. This is why team size is important.
One of the things I love about the team-based games we play is that each member of the team is an individual and that they have their own set of skills. They work together on a daily basis and they can communicate and coordinate in different ways. I enjoy playing with the smaller teams and seeing how it feels to work with other people. When I’m doing my own research I also find it interesting to see how I would play in a game like Team Fortress 2 or Command & Conquer.
With a large team, everyone has a set of skills and everyone works together on a daily basis. But with a smaller team, everyone can have their own set of skills and everyone can work together in different ways. With a team of twelve that has to work together and make decisions, it is easier to say “Who should I work with?” than it is to say “Who should I work with?” when you have a larger team.
I think the advantage of a smaller team is that each individual can learn new skills and make decisions in different ways. But that is not the same as having a smaller team because a smaller team is only as strong as its weakest link. Although a smaller team is not as strong as a larger team, it can still be useful because there is more room for individual creativity to flourish in a smaller team.