Assessment of potential and performance measurement are both essential prerequisites to effectively manage and develop a team. Team Design makes the competitive advantage, because it enables you to put together your work groups and your project/management teams according to the individual profiles, i.e. the real work preferences and capabilities of the team members.
It is well known that successful teams - primarily - are fully aware of the „anatomy“ of their assets and adjust their roles and working processes accordingly and continually. Bertschi Consulting initiates and coaches your steps towards an effective and fascinating team management approach. It decisively increases the ROP (“return on human potential”) of your company.
The main idea of Management Team Design by JJ is to make full use of team power on the executive level.
assets & potentials within boards of directors, executive boards and management teams.
on these assets & potentials when assigning roles and tasks within the team.
management processes (deciding, communicating, implementing, controlling).
Project Team Design is essential to avoid the specific HR risks that go hand in hand with building project teams to solve complex tasks.
PROJECT TEAM CHOICE
Higher quality, shorter processes and more fun through an optimal array of team members.
PROJECT TEAM ROLES
Active design of team roles - in line with available social, methodological and technical competences.
PROJECT TEAM ASSETS
Less risks, detours, dead ends - thanks to a clear and accepted perception of the teams’ „anatomy“.
TURBO TEAM DESIGN
is a registered and protected brand of Bertschi Consulting in order to get things (i.e. Team Design) started and done quickly.
Individual preparatory phase, followed by a workshop (1 to 3 days). Objective: direct transfer of findings.
Implementation of valid findings, resulting from tailor-made action learning experiments, into the daily mission of the company (making a real start instead of another problem description).
THE 3 STEPS
The method is based on three systematical steps:
A. Assessment/Positioning of the individual;
B. “Action learning” experiments with the team;
C. Transfer & implementation of findings into business life.