Project Team Collaboration: Leading One Big Happy Family
Webinar | Seminar
Throughout the years the way teams work has changed and, with that, project team collaboration can be confusing. There was a time when an analyst on a project team was responsible for a variety of tasks, including project management, business analysis, development and quality assurance and implementation. Then there was a swing to a siloed approach of individual roles for each. Now, organizations are realizing the best approach is somewhere in between and are empowering their teams to self-organize and make decisions themselves about their structure and way of working.
But how do you do this? Teams have to come together and determine what is necessary to reach their goals and determine who on the team is best to do the work. This is easier said than done. This presentation will discuss the differences, in skills and tasks, which separate the team roles and discuss specific strategies for building strong project team collaboration.
- Review the work or capabilities needed for a successful project team
- Provide effective work strategies for the team to build strong partnerships
- Understand why saying “that’s not my job” is unacceptable
- Learn to guide collaborative relationships and manage the team for effectiveness
- Length: 1 Hour
- Prerequisites: None
- Recommended Size: Any size audience
Interested in having this learning event presented to your group? Contact us to get your session scheduled.
Free Webinar Session
Join us for a one-time, complimentary session of this webinar on June 14th | 11:00 – 12:00 EST.