The pressure on teams is rising! We expect teams to be hubs of innovation, problem solving and visioning. And if team expectations rise…so should the social/business architecture and maturity of teams. Only, this doesn’t happen overnight! It requires slow thinking (stepping out of the daily rush), and a clear framework on how to discuss the functioning of the team. Would a well-organized X-ray of teams not be a virtue for business?
Your 5 burning questions?
— Question 1 —
How can I organize a team time-out that matters, i.e. that doesn’t end up in walking in circles?
— Question 2 —
How can I/we judge the maturity of the team and take appropriate action to step up?
— Question 3 —
What drives performance in the team, and what levers can we use to become more effective as a team?
— Question 4 —
What is my role as a team leader/ coordinator? How can I influence the development of the team?
— Question 5 —
What’s new in team organization? What are new practices in developing teams?