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Project teams are often even more special than "normal" teams:
- they only have a certain time span together
- there is a fixed goal to work towards
- the project team is often brought together at short notice and for time-critical issues
- the team composition is often mixed in terms of hierarchies, departments and knowledge / areas of expertise
How do you deal with forming the project team quickly and leading it through the "Tuckman-Team Process" to be able to tackle the often time-critical topics?
And how do you deal with conflicts or disagreements in the team?
I would love to hear your methods and ideas that work in addition to a joint kickoff, role clarification, regular exchanges and shared meals.