The Importance of Team Work
Even if you were able to become a master of all trades, there is no question that this would still require you to work with people, and through people, in order to achieve your projects on time. In short, managing projects and achieving goals is not possible through a one-man show. In order to make projects successful you have to be a team player. That's because projects typically comprise a variety of tasks with intermediate milestones along the way. Having the right people for managing these tasks can make all the difference in accomplishing project goals in an effective, timely, and less-costly manner, while ensuring no shortcomings in the quality of output.
Having established the understanding that teamwork is essential, and that managing a project is not a one-person undertaking, let's transition towards improving team productivity for projects. There is no doubt that team productivity matters a lot if we need projects to be delivered on time, and without any compromises. Without adequate productivity levels and cooperation between different members of your team, a project can come to a standstill, and may even be abandoned altogether. 
Lack of teamwork in a project can cause serious losses in investment, complete failure to generate anticipated results, and colossal damages to an organization's rapport and public image. This is why, through this article, I want to emphasize some of the best strategies that can boost your team's productivity and lead you towards accomplishing desired goals and objectives. They are described in the following sections.
1. Shogi is a Japanese game similar to chess that can be played over the Internet.
2. See https://finance.yahoo.com/news/success-not-one-man-show-122729364.html
3. See http://www.academicjournals.org/app/webroot/article/article1380724568_Naqvi%20et%20al.pdf
4. See https://www.pmi.org/learning/library/productivity-habits-project-teams-theory-5924
5. See https://www.kent.edu/yourtrainingpartner/what-do-you-lose-when-teamwork-fails
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