Look back in anger

Not everything heals with time. Flashes of the historic enmity between turn-of-the-century yacht designers George Watson and Alfred Mylne were still to be seen between their descendant employees over 75 years later. Clare McComb’s top design row of the century...

In 1965 Bruce Tuckman famously suggested four stages in the development of a team, namely: ‘forming, storming, norming and performing’. It is still a useful theory to explain how new relationships often start with conflict before they settle down, a bit like pecking-order skirmishes after a new hen is introduced to the run.

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