I am an intern and at work I feel like the largest pitfall of our project is the communication between the team leaders.
I am totally comfortable to talk with my direct superiors and my direct team leaders about this and I have done it several times. However, the group is relatively large and even though I often suggest "feedback meetings" where people would be able to discuss group dynamics, this level of conversation simply does not happen and it feels like its a always a problem "larger than everyone".
I feel like I am very respected and whenever I touch that subject, workmates seem to agree with me. However, I am unsure of how much should I push for the solution of this kind of high level problems since I am an intern.
How far should I push it? If I feel that people are already aware of the problem but they do not seem to be willing to solve it, should I try to show them possible solutions or should I just accept it and let it be?
This could also be phrased as:
As an intern, what are the signals that I should look that would tell me that I should stop trying to solve a team organization problem?