In pilots, the duos have kept complex projects on schedule better than individuals could have. The manager from the IT side ensures discipline, and a focus on milestones and deliverables; business-side managers spend more time tending to customer needs and queries than a single project manager typically would, which keeps customers happy.
Yes, and? Is that supposed to surprise me?
We all know that teams can and usually do work way better then a single person.
I really don’t get it - this is nothing new. After all having a mentor or a coach usually lets you team up with a person who isn’t good in your area but another one.
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