HOW TEAM COMPOSITION BASED ON THE MYBERS-BRIGGS PERSONALITY TYPE INDICATOR MIGHT IMPACT TEAM EFFECTIVENESS POSTIVELY AND NEGATIVELY When it comes to the effectiveness of teams in the workplace, perhaps no single factor is more important than team composition with respect to personality types. Business experts and researchers recognize, more exactly, that the effectiveness of teams often depends on achieving a heterogeneous blend of individual personality types within the team itself. The following report examines the opposite condition, however – a situation of homogeneity whereby all team members share a common personality type described by the Myers-Briggs Personality Type as ESFP. Discussion will specifically address the impacts of this...The end:
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