Many organizations have 2 team-building problems:
- They do not apply a standard team-building method nor do they have an organized An enterprise’s Team Management System (TMS) aligns all teammate attitudes and work behavior throughout the organization. More, and too often…
- Their current team-building efforts do not address or resolve their organization’s teams’ real issues!
To truly succeed, your organization’s teams must address its actual challenges in a non-confrontational and direct way. Games and team bonding simply cannot deliver this result. The solution to that problem is right here.
Right-Minded Teamwork is a real-world method that teaches your teammates how to successfully address and resolve your team’s real issues in an accountable, right-minded way.
Everything you need to know about Achieving Your Organization’s Strategic Plan with RMT’s Team Management System is right here!
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When a single team within an organization works together as one, they are effective and productive.
When an enterprise works with the same level of synergy, it is exponentially more powerful.
A Team Management System like the Right-Minded Teamwork TMS model taught in this book lays the groundwork for your organization to get every team on the same page.
By following RMT’s four-phase rollout plan, you can create and deploy your own Team Management System, align teammate attitudes and work behavior with company values, and bring your entire organization together to work as one and achieve your strategic plan.
Team Management System
An enterprise’s Team Management System (TMS) aligns the entire organization’s attitudes and work behavior. An effective TMS ensures everyone is doing their part to achieve the company’s vision, mission, and strategic goals.
There are four phases to creating and deploying your organization’s customized TMS, each is described in this book. Your TMS will support Right-Minded Teamwork in every team in your enterprise.
Phase 1 – Executive Leadership launches TMS
Phase 2 – Steering Team creates, organizes, and pilots the TMS
Phase 3 – Measure performance and roll TMS out to all teams
Phase 4 – Continue TMS for growth & sustainability
How RMT’s Team Management System Works
TMS is much like your employee performance management system but on a team level. Every team in the enterprise sets performance goals that align with and help achieve the enterprise’s strategic plan.
Every quarter, each team measures and reports its actual progress towards achieving those goals.
The following teams should be initially involved in establishing the organization’s TMS:
- Executive Leadership
- TMS Steering Team
- Internal team-building facilitators
Eventually, the TMS is rolled out across the organization, and all teams participate.
Four Phases of Deploying Your Team Management System
- RMT is implemented in the executive team.
- RMT is adopted as the enterprise’s standard teamwork process.
- Executives establish a Steering Team that will start up and manage the TMS.
Phase 2 – Steering Team creates, organizes, and pilots the TMS
- The Steering Team creates the enterprise’s startup TMS.
- Select individual teammates to become TMS team-building facilitators.
- They pilot the startup TMS in a few teams.
- The Steering Team fine-tunes the TMS in preparation for a broader enterprise rollout.
- Over time, TMS is rolled out throughout the organization until all teams are participating.
- Using the Right-Minded Teamwork method, the Steering Team manages the TMS going forward.
Phase 3 – Measure performance and roll out the TMS to all teams
- Within three to four months after startup, the first quarterly TMS results are reported.
- The TMS is rolled out to more teams within the first 12 to 18 months.
- Within 24 months, TMS quarterly reports demonstrate beneficial enterprise results.
- Results are communicated internally and externally.
Phase 4 – Continue TMS for growth and sustainability
- With the executive team’s support and guidance, the Steering Team moves into a growth and management phase.
- Reporting and governance structures are established.
- The Steering Team establishes a continuous improvement RMT’s Team Operating System is a six-step, 90-day, continuous improvement system that organizes team functions to increase the likelihood of achieving customer satisfaction. More to manage the TMS going forward.
Benefits: Why Establish an RMT-Based Team Management System?
When an enterprise has a strong Team Management System, every team is aligned with the enterprise’s strategic plan, thus operating with focused clarity. This enterprise-wide alignment ensures all teams are pulling the organization in the same direction. Consequently, the organization regularly achieves a higher percentage of its strategic goals year over year.
- Within the first six to 12 months, RMT’s version of a TMS will begin paying for itself.
- Within the first 18 to 24 months, TMS will report consistent and demonstrable enterprise-wide results.
- These results, when communicated internally, will foster employee motivation and pride.
- When communicated externally, the enterprise’s reputation and stature increase.
What is “Right” in Right-Minded Teamwork?
It is worth stating and restating: Right-Minded Teamwork has nothing to do with right-brain thinking or right-wing viewpoints.
RMT has everything to do with what you and your teammates collectively decide is “right.”
Your team’s choices on what acceptable work behavior and efficient processes look like define your team’s Right-Minded Teamwork “What you believe is your thought system. Pause and reflect on this truth, and above all, be thankful that it is true. More.” The “right” way of doing, being, and behaving is the way that is right for your team.
The “right” way is how your team decides you will do no harm and work as one.
Why Consider Right-Minded Teamwork?
There are many common “team-building” practices out there. Three common team-building avenues include education, games, and social events. As far as real team building goes, none of these approaches is effective. Not one of them produces proven reliable results.
If you have participated in them, you know what I mean. (For more on why such exercises are not reliable team-building tools, read this article, “10 Worst Team Building Exercises.”)
Still, many well-meaning team leaders continue to use these ineffective tactics, trying to make them work. Usually, this is because they do not realize there is a better way.
Real-World Team-Building: The Better Way!
A real-world team-building approach is the better way. It is also the most reliable way to achieve and sustain high-performance teamwork because it directly addresses real issues in a non-confrontational and compassionate way.
NEWS: Right-Minded Teamwork is a real-world, team-building process. Applied intentionally, it has the power to transform your team, bringing you together to work as one, and allow you to achieve – or even exceed! – your team’s goals.
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Dan Hogan, Certified Master Facilitator