Take care to notice the counterproductive behaviors that harm your team’s collaboration, engagement and productivity. Let’s examine a few characters that hide in many teams. If you allow them to operate without constraints, your culture will suffer.
To foster highly effective teams, we must focus on holistic improvements and build an open and collaborative culture. To begin this effort, we suggest reflecting on aspects of your culture that commonly trouble projects and teams.
Many office spaces are stuffed with junk of days gone past and suffer from dated, boring decor. This makes them all but inspiring and can be downright depressing. Not exactly a place for collaboration and creativity to soar.
If your culture could send signals, what would they reveal you about your core organizational values and collaboration in the workplace?
To set your project up for success, let the team define their ‘Team Standards’ and come up with a declaration everyone agrees to.
Chances are if your team experiences any dysfunction, they are typically accompanied by a high degree of frustration within the team members.
Is your team busy delivering product updates just ‘to keep up’ and getting bored or disengaged in the process? We have a few ideas to help spark creative juices.
Today our blog focuses on Culture, the impact of its absence and solutions you can employ to continuously improve your organization. Are you open to change?