Get new teams performing together, fast
In the old days, teams were simple. They tended to be stable, everyone was located in the same place, and it was rare to be in more than one team at a time. Different now isn’t it? We’re in multiple teams, often with people we’ve never met who live and work on the other side of the world. And teams are expected to deliver more, faster, and for less money.
Does this feel familar?
So how did it work? Jonathan and William responded by designing and facilitating launch workshops for the key staff on the two teams. Although only a day long, the workshops enabled team members to quickly understand their roles, build their working relationships and agree on their priorities, as well as sharing experiences of the OlympicRead the whole casestudy