Google coddles its employees with free food, massages and other lavish perks, yet some of its best engineers still grouse about their jobs and bosses as they struggle to get assignments done.
The Internet company tackled the puzzling problem with a study that concluded how teams work together is more important than who is on a team.
That's not exactly rocket science, but it's an example of how companies are spending more time trying to understand how to build the most productive and cohesive teams. It's a high priority because the best products and ideas increasingly are springing from people working together.
"It's becoming difficult to think of companies that...