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Strategic Teams and Their Evolution

Strategic teams are cultural and structural assets. They provide the capacity for growth, performance and change. Better, more experienced teams provide the knowledge, perspective, and confidence to execute plans, make decisions, manage risks, and solve problems. Strategic teams evolve as learning and development groups. They...

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Strategic Teams and Accountability

Accountability means a number of things for team leaders, team members, and the stakeholders who depend on them. Accountability means a practice of obligation, how people engage and shape results. To serve in a manner that is accountable is part of the expectation that we...

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Strategic Teams and the Adaptive Enterprise

The assumption that every organization evolves is a good place to start the conversation about strategic teams and the adaptive enterprise. Organizations evolve in response to a host of technical, market, and economic forces. They evolve in response to changes in stakeholder interests and objectives....

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High-Performance Strategic Teams

The essential advantage of strategic teams is the potential for better, smarter, stronger, faster performance. That may sound like a restatement of the obvious, however, it reflects some key development concerns. Who serves on high-performance teams? How do these teams become better than the sum...

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