Communicate frequently. In a typical project team a dozen or so communication exchanges per working hour may turn out to be optimum; but more or less than that and team performance can decline. Talk and listen in equal measure, equally among members. Lower performing teams have dominant members, teams within teams, and members who talk or listen but don't do both. Engage in frequent informal communication. The best teams spend about half their time communicating outside of formal meetings or as "asides" during team meetings, and increasing opportunities for informal communication tends to increase team performance. Explore for ideas and information outside the group. The best teams periodically connect with many different outside sources and bring what they learn back to the team."
Well, hah ... future in data ... poor me is wrangling with the curation processes, ie. what do I want to spread via the GooglePage, or the GApps frogpond account .. and what rests with the personal account.