Small teams have an easier time communicating changes and adjustments. They often don’t have to take the next step of passing along information to other teammates because most, if not all, of the teammates will be present when the decisions to change or adjust are made. It is likely they were a part of the process so they inherently understand the “why”, the scope and the timeline of the change. Larger teams must remember to take an extra step to communicate to those who were not present but will be affected by the adjustments or change of routine. They will also need to understand the “why” of the change. Taking that extra step is simply being a good teammate by intentionally keeping everyone in the loop.