1.1 People are still trying to figure out their roles in the group; they tend to work independently, but are trying to get along.
2.1 As the team learns more about the project, members form opinions about how the work should be done. This can lead to temper flare-ups in the beginning, when people disagree about how to approach the project.
3.1 As the team learns more about the other members, they begin to adjust their own work habits to help out one another and the team as a whole. Here’s where the individuals on the team start learning to trust one another.
4.1 Once everyone understands the problem and what the others are capable of doing, they start acting as a cohesive unit and being efficient. Now the team is working like a well-oiled machine.
5.1 When the work is close to completion, the team starts dealing with the fact that the project is going to be closing soon.