For an enterprise to achieve its vision, mission, and strategic objectives, every team within the organization must do its part. But without a Team Management SystemAn enterprise’s Team Management System (TMS) aligns all teammate attitudes and work behavior throughout the organization. More (TMS), it can be challenging to keep teams moving in the same direction.
A strong TMS like the Right-Minded Teamwork (RMT) model guides teams to operate more smoothly and efficiently. Your TMS ensures every team is working towards strategic goals with focused clarity, allowing your organization to achieve a higher percentage of its strategic goals year over year.
By following RMT’s four-phase TMS 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 as you achieve your strategic plan.
Team Management the Right-Minded Way
Right-Minded Teamwork (RMT) is a real-world, team-building method that teaches teammates how to successfully address and resolve issues in an accountable, lasting way. When interpersonal conflicts and process issues occur, Right-Minded teammates seek solutions that allow them to do no harm and work together as one to achieve team goals.
In this book, you will learn the RMT approach to establishing an effective, enterprise-wide TMS. In addition to detailed guidance on implementing each of the four phases of RMT’s TMS model, you will also find operation agreements, charters, and specific actions to take for the first 90 days and beyond.
Within the first six to 12 months, your RMT TMS will begin paying for itself, and within the first year, your TMS will demonstrate enterprise-wide gains.
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How RMT’s TMS Model Works: Four Phases
RMT’s TMS operates much like your employee performance management system but on a team level. Every team in the enterprise sets performance goals that align with the enterprise’s strategic plan. Then, each quarter, teams measure and report their progress towards achieving their stated goals.
To create and deploy your TMS, RMT recommends a four-phase approach:
Phase 1: Executive Leadership launches the TMS
In this initial phase, Right-Minded Teamwork is implemented in the executive team. RMT is adopted as the enterprise’s standard teamwork process, and leadership establishes a Steering Team that will launch and initially manage the TMS.
Phase 2: Steering Team creates, organizes, and pilots the TMS
Here, the newly-established Steering Team creates the enterprise’s startup TMS, chooses team facilitators, pilots the startup TMS in a few teams, and fine-tunes the TMS in preparation for a broader enterprise rollout.
Phase 3: Teams measure and report performance; rollout expands to more teams
Within three to four months after startup, the first quarterly TMS results are reported. The TMS is rolled out to more teams over the following 12 to 18 months. Within 12 to 24 months, TMS quarterly reports demonstrate beneficial enterprise results.
Phase 4: Full rollout complete: TMS continues for growth and sustainability
Eventually, the TMS is rolled out across the organization, and all teams participate. At this time, with the executive team’s support and guidance, the Steering Team is transformed into a stable growth and management phase. The entire organization continues to use and benefit from the TMS.
When a single team within an organization works together as one, they are effective and productive, but when an enterprise works with the same level of synergy, it is exponentially more powerful.
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A Note from Dan Hogan, Co-Creator of RMT
Hi there! I’m Dan Hogan, author, and co-creator of Right-Minded Teamwork. I’m so glad you’re considering RMT for your organization. After guiding teams to apply Right-Minded Teamwork for over forty years, I am confident there is no team issue that RMT cannot solve.
Even if your teams are currently experiencing conflict, interpersonal battles, and resistance, there is still hope. It is absolutely possible to turn your teams around and achieve enterprise-wide success.
- Apply RMT, and you will improve work processes while strengthening teammate relationships.
- Apply RMT, and you will help your team achieve 100% customer satisfactionCreating 100% customer satisfaction is a primary goal of Right-Minded Teamwork. More.
- Apply RMT, and you will make the world a better place.
Let’s get started today.
Dan Hogan, Certified Master Facilitator
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Our plant moved from a victim culture to an accountable culture [using a similar Team Management System] where everyone is now pulling together versus pulling apart. This new culture helped us to complete the last outage turnaround in record time. by Joel Sorensen, Former Vice President 2001
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In Right-Minded Teamwork [the standard Team Managment System], Dan separates the fun and games of team bonding from the hard work (the muck & mire) of team building. [This is] an in-depth model for real-world team building in a realistic, direct and safe manner. By Patrick Carmichael, VP Best Practices Institute, Former Head of Talent Management 2010