Vadim Kotelnikov    

Team Building and Teamwork

Why, What, Who and How

   

Business e-Coach     

  

 '1+1+1=3' is the arithmetics of a group.
The arithmetics of a team is '1+1+1=111'.

 

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5 Characteristics of a Winning Team

  • Shared Values:  Team members are looking for a "values fit" with their team. Without it, they won't give the team their best. Team members should participate in establishing shared values and values-based common goals if you wish them to live these values, be committed to these goals, and have a feeling of interdependence and ownership for their jobs and unit... More

17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork

  • The Law of the Chain: The Strength of the Team Is Impacted by Its Weakest Link... More

7 Characteristics of a Winning Sports Team

  • have a great many winners in them; most of the players poised and confident, and although they may well be 'stars' in their own right they allow others to shine in order to hold a 'star team' together.

  • Develop both mental and physical energy to withstand adversity... More

 

A Model of a Team Leader

  • Support them with tasks whenever they have a problem giving them another resource or working with them... More

Problem Solving Strategies: 4 Levels  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

 

12 Effective Leadership Roles

  • Use team approach; facilitate cooperation; involve everyone; trust your group; rely on their judgment... More  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

9 Signs of a Losing Organization

Poor Teamwork: no organizational commitment to team culture; lack of shared and worthwhile goals; weak team leaders; team members who don't want to play as part of a team are tolerated; teams are too large; lack of shared rewards... More

Why Team Building?

Teamwork is essential for competing in today's global arena, where individual perfection is not as desirable as a high level of collective performance. In knowledge based enterprises, teams are the norm rather than the exception. A critical feature of these teams is that they have a significant degree of empowerment, or decision-making authority.

There are many different kinds of teams: top management teams, focused task forces, self-directed teams, concurrent engineering teams, product/service development and/or launch teams, quality improvement teams, and so on.

 

  

Team Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book vs. Group

"It's possible to achieve almost anything as long as you are not worried about who gets the credit." ~ Harry S. Truman

Not all groups in organizations are teams, but all teams are groups. The difference between a team and a group is that a team is interdependent for overall performance. A group qualifies as a team only if its members focus on helping one another to accomplish organizational objectives... More

Synergistic Team

The value created by a high performance team  is greater than the sum of individual contributions by its members... More

Cross-Functional Teams

To face today's complex challenges, you need to incorporate a wide range of styles, skills, and perspectives... More

Managing Systemic Innovation by Cross-Functional Teams

In the new era of Systemic Innovation Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book, it is more important for an organization to be cross-functionally excellent than functionally excellent. Firms which are successful in realizing the full returns from their technologies and innovations are able to match their technological developments with complementary expertise in other areas of their business, such as manufacturing, distribution, human resources, marketing, and customer relationships. To lead these expertise development efforts, cross-functional teams, either formal or informal, need to be formed. These teams can also find new businesses in white spaces between existing business units... More

Leadership-Management Synergy Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

Leaders: Inspire. Managers: Coordinate.

Resulting  synergy:: Teamwork

Success Stories Best Business Practices Team Culture at Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)

The IEHP Team Culture supports a system to provide the best health care possible to people who need IEHP's collective support. Below are the highlights that create and maintain the IEHP Team Culture... More

Winning Corporate Culture

Success Stories Best Business Practices GE

At GE, Jack Welch required all managers should learn to become team players and coaches. He also took steps against those managers who wouldn't learn to become team players by cutting the bottom 10% every year. "One of the surest ways to raise the level of a team is to cut from the bottom and add to the top,"3 advised Welch... More

25 Lessons from Jack Welch  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

  The Creator created us in his own likeness. We are all Creators!  >>>

 

Innoball Intellectual Teamwork Team Creativity Cross-pollinating Ideas 10 Brainstorming Rules Spiral Integration of Ideas (SPIN) Knowledge Management Idea Management Knowledge Communities Syneregistic Team Innoball Teamwork Learning Technques Intellectual Teamwork - sharing knowledge, generating ideas, building up, Vadim Kotelnikov, innoball, protogram

Innoball Ideation Process Team Creativity Brainstorming Rules Innobal ideation process: "Garden" and "Kitchen" Spiral Integration of Ideas (SPIN) Creative Marketing Improvement Problem Solving: 4 Levels Inspire Your Team Team Leader Systemic Innovation Innompic Games: Team Creativity e-Coach Empower Cross-functional Teams Cross-pollination of Ideas Team Why? What If? questions Inventing Entrepreneurial Strategies Creative Dissatisfaction Two Creativity Catalysts Fun Incenting Motivatiion Innompic Games: Message from the Founder Passionate Team Product Vision Team Creativity - why, what, how, Vadim Kotelnikov, photogram, innoball ideation process

Social Interaction

Innoball >> Ideation  Examples

Brainstorming >> 10 Rules

    Creativity in Groups

         

 

 

 

 >>> Breakthrough Team Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

   

Venturepreneurial team members have a shared vision and
shared
passion for creation of innovative customer value.

 

Innompic Games icon  >>  Winner of the "Best Innovation Team" award
at the 1st INNOMPIC GAMES

Innompic Team  >>  How To Build    Training

    

 

          

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High-Performing CULTURE

Corporate Culture  >>      Innovation

        

 

 

 

Bill Gates advice

You've got to give great tools to small teams. Pick good people, use small teams, give them excellent tools.

Bill Gates

Micsosoft

Steve Jobs advice quotes

Great things in business are never done by one person. They're done by a team of people.

Steve Jobs

Apple

Employee Empowerment: Yin-Yang Balance

Loose-Tight Leadership

Vince Lombardi teachings quotes

Individual commitment to a group effort that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.

Vince Lombardi

Jack Welch advice business quotes

Managers should learn to become team players. Middle managers have to be team members and coaches.

Jack Welch

GE

 

 

 

 

References:

  1. The Wisdom of Teams, John Katzenbach and Douglas Smith

  2. Relentless Growth, Christopher Meyer

  3. The Cycles of Leadership, Noel M. Tichy

  4. The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork, John C. Maxwell

  5. Winner Win and Losers Lose, Nick Thornely and Dan Lees

  6. Companies Don't Succeed People Do!, Graham Roberts-Phelps

  7. The Art of Innovation, Tom Kelley

  8. Can Absence Make a Team Grow Stronger?, Jessica Lipnack, at al

  9. Modern Management, Ninth Edition, Samuel C. Certo

  10. Extreme Management, Mark Stevens

  11. Model of a Team Leader, Richard Winfield, Brefi Group

  12. Teambuilding That Gets Results, Linda Diamond and Harriet Diamond

  13. Team vs Group, Ten3 NZ Ltd