There's plenty of advice available to help you form a new team. But what can you do if the team you take over created the problem you’ve been hired to fix?
In a recent article for Harvard Business Review, Michael Watkins describes how you can best lead the team you inherit.
The best-known team-building framework is “forming, storming, norming and performing”. But that assumes you’re building a team from scratch. What do you do when you inherit a team you wouldn’t have chosen?