Want to manage change … here are 8 ways to plan it

Last week I outlined a rationale for effectively implementing change within your organisation.

This week I’ll review the formal frameworks you could select to underpin and support that change… we’ve talked about what and why… now here’s how.

Support your changes with a formal framework

Without a set framework to follow you don’t stand a chance of being able to consistently deploy and track any changes made in your organization.… Read more

5 disfunctions of a team (5) Inattention to results

You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional? We’re on our last leg now. The team trust one another, have productive meetings where positive conflict is mandated, share commitments and hold each other accountable… but a lack of focus on results can ruin a happy group.

Patrick Lencioni created a very understandable model about how and why teams are dysfunctional and how you can assist them to function better. … Read more

5 disfunctions of a team (4) Avoidance of Accountability

You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional?  IN the last three weeks we’ve reviewed lack of trust, fear of conflict and lack of commitment. This week, lets review avoidance of accountability.

Patrick Lencioni created a very understandable model about how and why teams are dysfunctional and how you can assist them to function better. … Read more

5 disfunctions of a team (3) Lack of Commitment

You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional? IN the last two weeks we have discussed the real basis for dysfunction a lack of trust and an inability to manage conflict. Once you’ve overcome these two- we get to addressing a lack of commitment.

Patrick Lencioni created a very understandable model about how and why teams are dysfunctional and how you can assist them to function better. … Read more

5 disfunctions of a team (2) Fear of conflict

You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional?  Last week we analysed the first cause of dysfunction- a lack of trust. Now we move on.

Patrick Lencioni created a very understandable model about how and why teams are dysfunctional and how you can assist them to function better.  Lets work at the base, the most fundamental dysfunctions, and work our way up.… Read more