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Everyone wants to work with team players. Check out the advertisements for employment opportunities and you will find “must be a team player” is high on most software engineering job requirements. This is the case even though software engineering is thought of as a solitary activity that attracts a large number of introverts. Nevertheless, most software-related jobs are not solitary and frequently require working with others in a team setting. How do individuals form into teams? The paper considers the stages of team development

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IEEE Software  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 4 )