About the Talk
August 5, 2010 11:00 AM
Amelia Island, FLAmelia Island, FL
Self-organizing teams hold the promise of a higher level of productivity, adaptability and creativity. But with a looser structure, they are susceptible to distractions, struggles and bickering.
As a member of a self organizing team, you have the opportunity to use your influence to help the team recognize social and organizational difficulties impeding its success. You could call “plays” to help your team counter these difficulties. How do you learn how to do that?
You will be a member of a self-organizing team tasked with solving a problem. You’ll learn to call plays to break through the distractions, struggles and bickering that often impedes a team’s success.
The session will benefit anyone who works as a member of a self-organizing team.