Team Effectiveness and Performance During the Covid-19 Pandemic

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Collaborative Learning – Team Effectiveness and Performance
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November 21, 2021

The Covid-19 Pandemic has shifted most of the traditional modes that we conduct work. Whole organizations are forced to work at a rotational basis, work alternately between home and office, or even work from home (WFH) altogether.

Nonetheless, in any of these work setup what is clear is the fact that teams must learn how to collaborate with one another through digital modes of interaction such as digital messaging or video conferences,

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