- Do organizations place conditions on those who perform team selection, and if so, what do those conditions consist of?
- How do functional supervisors or others “in charge” and tasked with the job, actually decide who will serve on their organizations’ teams?
- Do the criteria for selection for formal team leadership differ from those of general team membership and should they?
- Do the criteria and concerns regarding selection for and membership in local, face-to-face, functional teams differ from those of international, multicultural, virtual, and cross-functional teams, and if so, how?
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