The overcommitted organization

The overcommitted organization

Mark Mortensen and Heidi K. Gardner

Multiteaming, the organizational practice of having people assigned to multiple projects simultaneously, has its benefits – and its setbacks. Mark Mortensen and Heidi K. Gardner studied collaboration in hundreds of teams over the last 15 years and found that multiteaming is “practically ubiquitous” in today’s economy. In this Harvard Business Review article, they present several ways that both team and organizational leaders can anticipate the challenges of multiteaming and better capitalize on its many benefits.

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