Manage teams & the process of change
Implementing change needs active participation of management in guiding the team in every step of the change process.
In managing team and projects in the context of a change initiative we centre our work around 3 main activities:
- Monitor, facilitate and communicate progress of meaningful work;
- Lead events that help directly project work:
- Undertake actions / create events that uplift the people doing the work
By doing so we create the climate for superior personal and organizational performance. Failing to achieve this, we would give way to reinforcement of the perception of setbacks, the effect of inhibitors to get work done and the detachment from strategic goals – all these leading to deteriorated personal and organizational performance.
In managing teams we are guided by the belief that great results are delivered by great teams. In managing projects we integrate project and change management plans and processes into one single master plan.
Each of the change areas we work on, have their own specifics when it comes to managing change, albeit the human factor is a common dominator.
We have learned to understand and address the mechanics of the each change projects, the written and unwritten rules of their progress.