Learn how teams can do their own performance design, and about the various roles that team members usually take. Also discover the steps should you take to help encourage better performance in a team.
- It's probably no surprise…that adaptive performance management with a team,…starts with individual performance.…Every member of the team needs to be clear…on their own mission, goals, and agreements.…Without that commitment, you can't possibly have a team…that's able to perform adaptively.…The second requirement…is that every member has to be committed…to the overall performance of the entire team.…Whether your goal is a sprint or a marathon.…A short term project on which you're collaborating,…or say a long term product launch,…everyone on the team needs to reach the finish line.…
This kind of coordination can be much harder…in a constantly changing world.…Customer needs change, workers mature and grow.…Business goals can change dramatically.…A rapidly transforming business landscape…makes it significantly harder to keep a team in sync.…So, what steps should you take to help encourage…better performance in a team?…Step one, be sure to have a group dialogue about…each person's goals and deliverables.…
Get to know what each worker is driving towards personally.…
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- The history of performance management
- Self-driven performance management
- Setting adaptive performance goals
- Writing an adaptive performance agreement
- Team performance design
- Designing for high performance