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Solve your problems, come up with better ideas, and take the commercial lead! Use Design Thinking. | Matt Lyons. Team Charters - Team Management Training from Getting Your Teams Off to a Great Start © Veertoxawww Do your team know where they're going? Working in teams can be fantastic – if team members work well together. However, if people are pulling in different directions, the experience can be awful. Team Charters are documents that define the purpose of the team, how it will work, and what the expected outcomes are. For teams to get off "on the right foot," Team Charters should be drawn up when the team is formed. Tip: At the start of a project, all is momentum and excitement, and people are eager to start work right away. In particular, it will speed the process of forming, storming, norming and performing , meaning that the team becomes effective much more quickly.

The precise format of team charters varies from situation to situation and from team to team. Adapt the following elements to your team's situation. Context. Context This is the introduction to the charter. What problem is being addressed? Example: Mission and Objectives Operations. Effective Team Work & Collaboration. Characteristics of an Effective Team Player. Solution Saturday: 10 Ways to Shorten Long Meetings. Solution Saturday: 10 Ways to Shorten Long Meetings Great meetings create efficiency. It’s Solution Saturday. The problem I’d like us to solve is spending too much time in long meetings. One CEO said she has to take her work home at night because her days are spent in meetings. “… one either meets or one works. One can not do both at the same time.” 10 ways to shorten long meetings: Ban electronic devices. Bonus tip: Shorten the length of all meetings by 25%. How might leaders solve the problem of long meetings?

Like this: Like Loading... Why Some Teams Are Smarter Than Others. Individual intelligence, as psychologists measure it, is defined by its generality: People with good vocabularies, for instance, also tend to have good math skills, even though we often think of those abilities as distinct.

The results of our studies showed that this same kind of general intelligence also exists for teams. On average, the groups that did well on one task did well on the others, too. In other words, some teams were simply smarter than others. We next tried to define what characteristics distinguished the smarter teams from the rest, and we were a bit surprised by the answers we got. We gave each volunteer an individual I.Q. test, but teams with higher average I.Q.s didn’t score much higher on our collective intelligence tasks than did teams with lower average I.Q.s. Nor did teams with more extroverted people, or teams whose members reported feeling more motivated to contribute to their group’s success. Finally, teams with more women outperformed teams with more men.

IDEO CEO Tim Brown: T-Shaped Stars: The Backbone of IDEO’s Collaborative Culture | Articles | Chief Executive - The magazine for the Chief Executive Officer. IDEO is a world-leading design firm, with offices in Palo Alto, San Francisco, London, Boston and Shanghai, among other places. Consistently ranked as one of the most innovative companies in the world, IDEO is famous for its method of innovation based on intense cross-disciplinary project work. To pull this off, the company has long practiced the art of collaboration and the development of a certain kind of talent: T-shaped people. In the interview to follow, IDEO CEO Tim Brown talks about this radically different approach to talent management.

What’s a T-shaped person? T-shaped people have two kinds of characteristics, hence the use of the letter “T” to describe them. Can you give an example of empathic behavior? For instance, in brainstorming sessions, good brainstormers build on other people’s ideas. Many CEOs reward individual contributors, so-called I-shaped people, who have a depth of skill but who are not necessarily collaborative. It’s just as bad. What’s a T-shaped person? The Ten Faces of Innovation » The Ten Faces. The Learning Personas Individuals and organizations need to constantly gather new sources of information in order to expand their knowledge and grow, so the first three personas are learning roles. These personas are driven by the idea that no matter how successful a company currently is, no one can afford to be complacent.

The world is changing at an accelerated pace, and today's great idea may be tomorrow's anachronism. The learning roles help keep your team from becoming too internally focused, and remind the organization not to be so smug about what you “know”. People who adopt the learning roles are humble enough to question their own worldview, and in doing so they remain open to new insights every day. The Anthropologist is rarely stationary. Rather, this is the person who ventures into the field to observe how people interact with products, services, and experiences in order to come up with new innovations. The Organizing Personas The Building Personas. 10 Steps to Build Your Team. 17 Womit sollten sich Personalwirtschaftler beschäftigen? Empathy Is Key to a Great Meeting. Yes, we all hate meetings. Yes, they are usually a waste of time. And yes, they’re here to stay. So it’s your responsibility as a leader to make them better.

This doesn’t mean just make them shorter, more efficient, more organized. People need to enjoy them and, dare I say it, have fun. Happiness matters a lot at work — how could it not, when many of us spend most of our waking hours there. So how do we fix meetings so they are more enjoyable and produce more positive feelings? Why empathy? Carefully reading people will also help you understand the major, and often hidden conflicts in the group. Empathy lets you “see” and manage these power dynamics. Keep in mind that employing empathy will help you understand how people are responding to you.

This is where emotional self-management comes in, for a couple of reasons. Second, strong emotions set the tone for the entire group. The other side of the coin is obvious. Teamwork. Assessment | Biopsychology | Comparative | Cognitive | Developmental | Language | Individual differences | Personality | Philosophy | Social |Methods | Statistics | Clinical | Educational | Industrial | Professional items | World psychology | Industrial & Organisational : Introduction : Personnel : Organizational psychology : Occupations: Work environment: Index : Outline Projects often require that people work together to accomplish a common goal; therefore, teamwork is an important factor in most organizations.

Effective collaborative skills are necessary to work well in a team environment. Many businesses attempt to enhance their employees' collaborative efforts through workshops and cross-training to help people effectively work together and accomplish shared goals. “The old structures are being reformed. A 2003 national representative survey, HOW-FAIR [1], revealed that Americans think that 'being a team player' was the most important factor in getting ahead in the workplace. Edit. Attributes of a high-performing team. How do you know you are building a good team? After all, from what you see, everyone attends, shows up on time, and participates in your meetings and team events. Each of the team members seems to get on OK and you are achieving your tasks.

So you must be building a good team – right? Here’s a checklist of things that should exist in a good team environment. Does your team exhibit the following characteristics? A high level of inter-dependence among team members Team members have developed mutual trust The team is clear about goals and establishes targets Team member roles are defined Each team member is willing to contribute There’s an environment of healthy contention and communication Team members can examine failure without slipping into personal attacks The team has a capacity to create new ideas Each member knows he can influence the team agenda The leader has good people skills and is committed to a team approach.

Team Building. Innovation is a collective genius | Linda Hill | TEDxCambridge. RHI Diskussion Nr 22. Team Leadership. How to Get Your Team to Coach Each Other. No one grows as a leader without the support of other people. Effective peer-to-peer coaching can offer the encouragement people need to overcome the fear of starting something new. Peer coaches, like professional coaches, can also hold their “clients” accountable for moving in a new direction. Setting up a peer-to-peer coaching network on the team you manage can accelerate your team’s learning. I’ve been providing peer-to-peer coaching opportunities for decades, in my Wharton courses and in all kinds of organizations, and most recently in a MOOC (massive open online course) I teach on Coursera called Better Leader, Richer Life.

Of course, it won’t absolve you of responsibility for making tough personnel decisions about pay and promotion and of everything else you must do with your authority. To construct a peer coaching network, start small. Provide your team with some basic guidelines followed by most coaches. Show you care about helping your clients achieve their goals. Workshop Historisches Museum Frankfurt « szenumlab – Sabine Jank. Kann das Museum – Ein Ort sein, an dem ‚interkulturelle Heterotopien’ ¹ gelebt, erlebt und verhandelt werden? Ein bedeutsamer öffentlicher Platz sein, auf dem richtungsweisende Ideen der Gegenwart präsentiert und ausgetauscht werden? ² Wenn ja, wie müssen Museen organisiert sein, um solch offene dialogische Modelle zu gewährleisten?

Diese zentrale Frage wurde im Rahmen des workshops auf der Tagung “Das partizipative Museum” im Historischen Museum Frankfurt aus zwei Perspektiven diskursiv behandelt. Ist der Aufbau der internen Struktur für den Dialog gewappnet und funktionieren die nach ‚außen’ eingesetzten Kommunikationskanäle? In der ersten Runde wurde der aktuelle Stand der Dinge in größeren Museen mit unterschiedlichen Abteilungen zum Gegenstand der Diskussion ³.

Nun stellte sich in der zweiten Runde die Frage, an welchen Stellen der internen Struktur kann man ansetzen um Veränderungen anzustoßen, welche die Weichen für ein partizipatives Museum stellen? ¹ Vgl. ² Vgl. Sabine Jank 2011. CulturalHub - Kultureinrichtungen als Experimentierfelder einer Kultur der Partizipation | Sabine Jank. Kreativität Die Förderung und Unterstützung von kreativen Praktiken ist ein weiterer Aspekt einer 'Kultur der Partizipation'. Kreativität als „Rohstoff des 21.Jh.“ (GÖHLER 2011) benötigt spezielle systemische Rahmenbedingungen, in denen sie erscheinen kann. Wenn man über Kreativität spricht, spricht man laut Peter Kruse von "indirekten Möglichkeitsräumen". Und das Bauen von Netzwerken, für obligatorisch. Machtvolle Bewegungen Die Forderungen nach konstruktiver Teilhabe in politischen und gesellschaftlich aktuellen Belangen werden immer lauter.

GÖHLER, Adrienne (2011): Raus aus dem Reservat! . KRUSE, Peter (2007). Prof. Mehr dazu im Kapitel 3.1 „Organisation und Struktur eines Systems“ Kudo Box & Kudo Cards Nurture Intrinsic Motivation. Use Your Staff Meeting for Peer-to-Peer Coaching. One of the unintended consequences of the constant right-sizing and flattening of our organizations is that we now live in a world where managers just don’t have time to do all that’s required of them in their daily jobs, let alone find time for coaching their employees. Yet coaching is a critical job for any manager who wants to improve her team’s performance. Research shows that training alone can improve performance by 22%, while training accompanied by coaching (that is, collaborative problem solving, feedback, and evaluation) can improve performance by 88%. So what are time-constrained leaders to do? In our research at Ferrazzi Greenlight, we’ve found an extraordinarily rich and robust coaching resource sitting around us each and every day — our peers.

And the ideal venue for peer-to-peer coaching is already built into our schedules — the staff meeting. The staff meeting is one of the only times when all of the “players” are together on the field. 1. Set the topics in advance. 2. 3. Scrum - The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time - Jeff Sutherland. "This book cuts through the jargon and pedagogy and gets to the essence of what makes it work.

" -–Adam Messinger, CTO, Twitter "Jeff Sutherland succeeds brilliantly. " --Eric Ries, New York Times bestselling author of The Lean Startup "Senior leaders should not just read the book—they should do what Sutherland recommends. " -–Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business, co-author of The Knowing-Doing Gap amazon|b&n|iTunes|indiebound Editorial Reviews for Scrum The Art of Doing Twice The Work In Half the Time: As Sutherland explains, this process requires “thought, introspection, honesty, and discipline.” ...

--Publishers Weekly The beauty of Scrum is that its principles and strategies can be applied in whole or in part to organize, plan and carry out any project, from implementing a new software program to planning an event or scaling up a young enterprise. --Success Magazine --Booklist "This book contains immense practical value that could be transformative for your company. 3 Improv Exercises That Can Change the Way Your Team Works.

What can leaders learn from improv comedians? For five decades, The Second City comedy theatre and school of improvisation has been a launch pad for the leading comic performers of our times, from Alan Arkin to John Belushi, Gilda Radner to Tina Fey, and Steve Carell to Stephen Colbert, and many more. In a reference to our talent development prowess, we’ve been called the Harvard of Comedy (which is great, except that we think Harvard is the Second City of higher education). We’ve been quite intentional about creating training curricula to reliably fill our pipeline, and as we’ve honed our methods, we’ve seen that improv principles are highly applicable to the corporate world. Drawing on lessons we’ve learned, my group, Second City Works, now counsels leaders during 400 engagements a year, about half with Fortune 1000 companies.

Of all the lessons we share, these three are perhaps the most important: Embrace the ensemble Take responsible risk Follow the follower. Feedback for Real. "The positive effect of feedback on performance has become one of the most widely accepted principles in psychology," write professors Angelo S. DeNisi and Avraham N. Kluger in the February 2000 issue of The Academy of Management Executive.

No surprise then that feedback gathering, whether in the form of 360-degree evaluations, employee opinion polls or numeric "voting" pads at large executive gatherings, has spread like kudzu across the corporate landscape. But there is a dangerous flaw in much feedback methodology. Five years ago, Gallup decided to create a better feedback process for employers large and small: an opinion-based tool that would both release and direct the powers of feedback. To identify the elements of worker engagement, Gallup conducted hundreds of focus groups and many thousands of worker interviews in all kinds of organizations, at all levels, in most industries and in many countries.

How about we write the schedule, boss? Der Animateur. Galerie de The Value Web Photo Gallery. Bildet ein Team. Zur optimalen Planung deines Kickoff-Meetings | FLOWCAMPUS. Tuckman; Forming - Storming - Norming - Perfoming. Free Belbin Team Role Handouts. The Three Pillars of High Performance Teams. Team Roles. Innovation im Team. Teamwork. WorkGrouping Team Collaboration Workspaces. Teamwork. Personal Learning Environment & PL Network.