Basically group-oriented, Singaporeans make highly effective team players if the team environment engendered promotes the harmonious interaction of individuals rather than a competitive approach.
A good team leader will strive hard to develop an atmosphere of consensus-style decision making within the team in which individual members are shielded from the possibility of losing face. Decisions are team ones and therefore success or failure is also team oriented.
Due to the consensual nature of team decisions external agents can sometimes feel frustration at the lack of progress. It is difficult to speed along this process from the outside and any seeming interference could be resented, leading to even slower movement.