A team is a first-class citizen concept in Agile Tools and is even one of the three pillars of the platform.
Organizational behaviorists have long understood that today's complex systems demand high-quality teamwork. They found that cohesive teams perform significantly better than collections of individuals when faced with knowledge-rich, problem-solving tasks that necessitate large amounts of information.
A team is a stable group of up to nine individuals working together to achieve a shared goal.
A team detail view in Agile Tools displays the individual's roles so you can immediately see the job diversity of a cross-functional team.
Teams are highly encouraged to set goals (OKRs) in a regular cadence repeatedly.
What is your definition of a Team?
The term Team is often used interchangeably with people/employees in a specific Organizational Unit. That is not the case in Agile Tools, where we go with team-first thinking, a concept that encourages joining people from different Organizational Units and considering a team as a basic organizational unit that produces value aka Value Units.