Continuous Change Navigator for Teams
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Areas of improvement
The latest individual reading highlights these three areas that are most in need of attention:
The ability to gather information, think things through, and learn the skills required to take action.
The team’s fitness, and it’s ability to use time and materials well. How effectively resources are allocated and managed, and the awareness of how much time and effort is required from the team.
The clarity of the organization’s vision, and how well it is communicated with everyone involved.
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Taking a closer look at the first of these areas, “
“, here are some recommendations.
Some question that you could ask:
How can I better collect and retain information?
How could I learn to be better at what I do?
Some areas where training that might be relevant:
Learn first feedback steps
Learn communication without defensiveness and the positive impact of personal responsibility
I am able to do the work that I need to do
I have what I need to do my work
I have the information and skills I need
I feel comfortable enough to contribute
My team can coordinate it's efforts and has the will to deliver
My team is able to analyse requirements and manage resources
My team communicates clearly and effectively balances priorities
My team is able to try new things and let go of what doesn't work
There is a shared understanding of what success looks like
The value we offer our audience is clear
We actively reflect, learning and adapting based on success, failure and feedback.
The organization understands the role data plays in society
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Green cells highlight strengths
Red cells highlight weaknesses
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