Teams and Teamwork

Organized Change was instrumental in helping Wavecom (a French-based telecommunications company) identify and solve internal tensions hindering organizational growth. In a few weeks Organized Change brought solutions to bring clarity.

Teams and Teamwork

The good news is: Your organization's management is dedicated, smart, capable.

The bad news is they're just not working together.

That's the signal to consider team-building. Whether they're on a playing field or factory floor, good teams have a common quality: their accomplishments far surpass the capabilities of their individual members. Driven by a common purpose and skillful orchestration, they set aside individual agendas for group goals.

Our skill is knowing how to create maximum productivity from different types of teams. The key is to know how different styles of organizations, missions, industries and culture - or even different individuals - require subtle differences in team-building techniques.

When you work with Organized Change, you'll be putting our considerable experience in team-building behind you and your understanding of what needs to be done. In other words, you'll have a partner who is committed to teaming with you - right from the start.

Improving Cross-Functional Teams And The Work They Do

Facilitating Teams I: Types of Groups & Their Needs

Facilitating Teams II: Selecting and Training Facilitators

Nailing Jelly to a Tree: Self-Directed Work Teams

Commonly Asked Questions about Teams and Teambuilding

The Authority Matrix: a Tool for Empowerment and Role Clarification

How Teambuilding Improves Productivity

Teams and knowledge management