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REENGINEERING TEAM DNA

Tuning up your team's genetic coding

for the new economy

 

    

When working together, team members follow 'routines', or 'processes' - a team's  

embedded genetic code or DNA - many of them unconscious and therefore neither 

observed nor intended. Once brought to the surface, the coding can be analysed, 

discussed and significantly tuned up. 

 

                    The tune-up includes three stages:

                    .    understanding 

                         (partly through completion and review of questionnaires such as 

                          TTQ and TDQ)

                    .    tuning-up, increasing tempo, velocity, 'mass' and momentum

                         (participating in this or other workshop)

                    .    reviewing 

                                or following-up/maintaining momentum (see, for example the 

                         Symfonys Total Team Development Process)

 

                    Based on the Symfonys music metaphor:

                    .    music is played to energise, review and learn and complements 

                         understanding and practice of underlying work and team processes

                    .    participants compare team processes to musical ones - symphonic,

                         concerto, solo, chamber; harmonies, melodies, tempi and rhythms

 

                                                Workshop Benefits and Outputs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

REENGINEERING TEAM DNA

Tuning up your team's genetic coding

 

 

 

                        WORKSHOP BENEFITS and OUTPUTS

.    witness significant and measurable enhancements in:

          - flow (ease, smoothness and value of work,

             problem-solving, information-gathering and

             decision-making)

           - idea-generation

           - trust levels

           - harmony, commitment and rhythm

           - energy, synergy and motivation

           - intenal and external service standards

           - 'applause' of colleagues and customers

           - celebration of team successes

           - use of time and member stress levels

    application of the high-performing team theory underlying 

     TTQ and TDQ to address dysfunctional organisational, team 

     and individual behaviour

    reduced conflict between people and departments

    opening up communication channels

    capitalisation on work and role preferences

    measurement of team performance against effectiveness 

     criteria

    building velocity and momentum

.    planning and maintenance of improvement momentum

 

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                                Other Symfonys workshops

 

     

2004 SYMFONYS Group     Updated 23 October 2004