Engineering Management

Navigating The Four Stages of Team Development

How to help your new team start performing sooner

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Managers of newly formed teams want them to start performing as soon as possible. A theoretical model that can help achieve that was proposed by psychologist Bruce Tuckman in 1965. It describes four distinct stages in team development…

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Software engineer, manager since 2002. Engineering management, leadership, software architecture, high-performing teams, professional growth.

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Andrei Gridnev

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Software engineer, manager since 2002. Engineering management, leadership, software architecture, high-performing teams, professional growth.

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