WHAT IS TEAMS OF THE FUTURE
BASED ON 360° INSIGHTS
Next to the team members we include the stakeholders of the team as a crucial part of the growth process.
THROUGH ONLINE ASSESSMENT
Our assessment consists of 60 questions, resulting in a transparant report.
FOR TAILOR MADE INTERVENTIONS
With our Teams of the Future analysis we aim for the most effective design in team interventions.
WHY YOU SHOULD ADOPT IT
Even though organizations tell you that they value teams, most of them still invest in individual development. This means that little or nothing at all is invested in the development of collective and collaborative capabilities for their teams.These capabilities are the necessary tools to explore and resolve complex and adaptive issues that surround your organization today and in the future.
When organizations are working with teams as a whole, we notice that they are, in many cases, focussing on the inner world of the team. This means that a crucial part of the equation is left out, i.e. the system or the context in which the team operates.
All teams have stakeholders impacting the team. We see a lot of teams that rate their own team as highly performing, whereas the stakeholders have a completely different point of view. The value created by your teams is largely made by their healthy interdependency.
Organizations have been focussing on the registration and follow up of 'cold data'. This quantitative data about the output of the team can be critical, but is heavily influenced by the interrelationships in and between teams.
This qualitative or 'warm data' is seldom or never measured or seen as a follow up tool.
Our model 'Teams of the Future' focusses on 6 qualitative 'warm data' dynamics to better understand what is learned through quantitative data.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
THE RAIN BARREL
In this metaphor we compare the capacity of a rain barrel with the capacity of a team. This capacity - being the sum of the collective and collaborative intelligence - needs to be continuously growing in order to cope with the increasing amount of stimuli and complexity.
Since the capacity of the barrel is defined by its shortest board, the same applies for team capacity.