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Posted by on 6/13/2017 to Team Building
In business, as in most human endeavors, the best teams win. A work group, business unit, or organization that functions as an effective team will always outperform one that doesnít. But what factors need to be present for ďgreat teamworkĒ to exist, and how do you go about building effective teams?
Posted by on 5/23/2017 to Team Building
There are many factors in successful teamwork. When conflicts arise, or performance declines, itís not always simple to find the root of the problem. What Ė at first glance Ė may seem to be an indecipherable problem might become very clear in the context of a simulation. By taking our everyday habits into a simulation, we highlight the ways we act as a team in a safe environment, where skills can be measured in without jeopardizing an actual team project.
Posted by on 10/26/2015 to Team Building
Thereís always been a lot of buzz about the benefits of collaboration. But before you assume collaboration is the best strategy for executing organizational goals and objectives, consider this: thereís a right way to collaborate and a wrong way to collaborate. And sometimes, collaboration is the wrong strategy altogether.