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External Equilibrium

A team experiences external equilibrium when the team is able to satisfy the specific needs that the organisation has asked the team to provide, and the organisation itself takes care of the team’s basic organisational needs.

The relationship with the organisation and other teams, or in the case of a project team, with the client organisation, is primarily the responsibility of the team leader.

Maintaining the external equilibrium of the team involves:

  • Arranging the financial and physical resources that enable the team to fulfil its goals.
  • Managing the relationships the team has with other parts of the organisation and/or its external stakeholders.

 

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