4 Characteristics of successful teams
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Within organizations, teams aren’t always organized in the most efficient way. Information is often shared with a large crowd and employees are part of multiple (overlapping) project teams. In addition, modern technology is changing the way we communicate, by allowing us easily share information with people all around the world. Teams no longer have to be in the same room. This increases the complexity of team collaboration, yet collaboration is more important than ever.
Teams are agile
An increasing number of responsibilities is being assigned to teams, nowadays. They are expected to be both entrepreneurs and trouble-shooters. This is especially true for self-managing teams. Larger organizations hope to remain agile through operation in teams, since large and complex structure tend to decrease agility. Therefore, having strong and successful teams will enable you to be more flexible, and consequently to adapt to new customer needs and trends more easily.
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An increasing number of organizations are realizing the positive impact successful teams can have. They can help your organization make a leap forward and can even create a real competitive advantage. As Patrick Lencioni, HR guru, wrote in ‘The Five Dysfunctions of a Team’: “Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.” So, how can you gain more insight into team dynamics, discover what your team members need today and use that knowledge to allow successful teams to have a positive impact on your organization?
At Effectory, we have developed a concept called Teamie to do just that! Teamie is an interactive tool that makes it easier and more fun for employees to share their opinion on their team’s dynamics. Are they aware of the roles each team member has? Do they consider the decision-making processes sufficiently efficient? Do they feel each individual’s qualities are recognized?
Teamie maps the strengths and weaknesses of your teams, which makes for a good foundation to start a conversation. Teamie can be used for teams up to 40 people. Furthermore, it can be accessed by smartphone, tablet or computer. Are you interested to find out more? We are happy to demonstrate Teamie through a free demo.