Teamwork needs work

Spoiler alert: teamwork is broken. Read the report to learn how teams really feel about the state of work in 2024 — and how we might start to make it better.

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We’re all working together. But is teamwork actually… working?

We wanted to find out, so we asked. Turns out, it’s not great, Bob.

In fact, a majority — ‌66% — of knowledge workers aren’t very happy with how their team works together. And when they don’t see improvement, more than half of those surveyed said they’re eyeing the door. 

But wait, there’s more! We also learned:

  • Remote work doesn’t always result in happier teams (and don’t even get us started on mandatory RTO)
  • Meetings aren’t cutting it (despite 20% of us spending over 11 hours a week in them)
  • Individual contributors and managers aren’t on the same page when it comes to what effective teamwork means
  • Tools and software are pointless unless people invest in the process of how teams work together

Can you handle the truth? If so, download the report to get an inside understanding of how teams are feeling and ideas for what you can do about it.