Are you seeking to help a team get started with focus, energy, and purpose?
“The concept of talking about teamwork instead of actually doing it may seem like an extravagance. But this thinking could not be more misguided.” (Tesdal Neeley, Harvard Business School)
We used academic research to find proven solutions.
Conduct a pre-victorem to pre-wire a team for flexibility.
Researchers found that teams who envision success — and explicitly describe ‘why’ that success was achieved in the envisioned state — were more effective at making successful adjustments throughout their relationship; envisioning ‘success’ through pre-victorem pre-wires the right behavior.
Abandon the assumption that ‘bad’ teamwork will always persist
Researchers found interactions defining teamwork are heavily influenced by constraints from in-person teams. A study found remote collaboration provides opportunity to try new ways to make teams work. Researches could make teams emerge with entirely new behaviors from the same group — ‘fresh starts’ are possible with ‘reset’ principles.