Parents pushing team sports on their kids may seem like a crafty way to just get them active and out of the house, but most know that the skills of teamwork learned as a youth never go out of style.Company executives also know that the benefits of team-building can pay off big when it comes to the bottom line. Employees working together for one common goal have always worked better than encouraging the individual stars to carry the load — and now, executives have some high-end research to back that up.
Researches put teamwork to the test during studies that were published in 2005 in the Wall Street Journal, finding that in wide-ranging fields from medicine to business to basketball, working together meant working better.
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