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The paper introduces, discusses, and analyzes the topic of team communication. The paper addresses both the benefits and challenges of working in teams in relationship to team communication, and examines how teams can enhance their performance in the team communication topic. Team communication is critical to ensure that each team member understand the goals of the organization and is working toward those goals. The paper notes that good team communication means that if there are questions or concerns about the goal, they are addressed before the team moves forward.
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