9 Signs of a Losing Organization

  • Poor Teamwork: no organizational commitment to team culture; lack of shared and worthwhile goals; weak team Leaders; team members who don't want to play as part of a team are tolerated; teams are too large; lack of shared rewards... More

Team Culture: Key Benefits

Better Results

Strategically aligned efforts and strategic achievement

People do their best

Synergistic collaboration

Better Processes

High involvement

Intellectual teamwork, cross-pollination of ideas and creativity


Better Working Environment

Inspiring and energizing

Less conflicts

Employee satisfaction

Building a Team Culture

10 Action Areas

  1. Provide inspiring vision

  2. Define shared values

  3. Set stretch goals

  4. Empower teams... More

Winning Corporate Culture

  • Team culture: standards of behavior for working together are set and seen as appropriate for everyone in the team.... More

Innovation Practice Tips


  • Stay human, scale your organizational environment so that there's room for hot teams to emerge and thrive... More

Developing The Fast-Paced Flexible Culture

By: Michael Dell

  • Set a Common Goal. Mobilize your people around a common goal. Help them feel a part of something genuine, special, and important, and you'll inspire real passion and loyalty... More


SWOT Analysis: Questions To Answer

  • Do you consider your team strong? Why?... More

5 Strategies for Creating a Culture for Innovation


12 Effective Leadership Roles

  1. Use team approach; facilitate cooperation; involve everyone; trust your team rely on their judgment... More


Why Team Culture?

"No culture can live, if it attempts to be exclusive." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

It is becoming increasingly important that teams function productively with a minimum of supervision. Team culture ensures that individual members both demonstrate their best talents and function synergistically as a unit to achieve common goals.

Winning Team: 7 Elements Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

When team culture reigns, teams are dependable and consistent. People voice their opinions openly. They demonstrate creativity, innovate Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book and see a job through to conclusion.  >>>

Inspiring Culture: 5 Elements  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book



Synergistic Team

The value created by a high performance team  is greater than the sum of individual contributions by its members... More

Balanced Organization: 5 Basic Elements

Empowered Employees (Fire):

  • Individuals and teams are empowered and have a decision-making authority... More

3 Strategies of Market Leaders

Leadership-Management Synergy

Leaders: Inspire. Managers: Coordinate.

Resulting synergy: Teamwork... More

Inspirational Leader: 10 Roles

  1. Build teams and promote and teamwork, leverage diversity. Teamwork is essential for competing in today's global arena. Build a star team, not a team of stars. Diversity of thought, perception, background and experience enhance the creativity and innovation. A team should not just be diverse; it has to make the most of it. Involve everyone, facilitate cross-pollination of ideas, build and empower cross-functional teams if you wish to harness the power of diversity. Challenge people from different disciplines and cultures to come up with something better together and achieve creative breakthroughs... More

Case Studies Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)

The IEHP Team Culture supports a system to provide the best health care possible to people who need IEHP's collective support. Below are the highlights that create and maintain the IEHP Team Culture... More

Case Studies GE

25 Lessons from Jack Welch  Download PowerPoint presentation, pdf e-book

Determined to harness the collective power of GE employees, create a free flow of ideas, and redefine relationships between boss and subordinates, Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE, created a new corporate culture.

According to Jack Welch, every leader has both a task to complete and a team to lead. Leaders must not only produce their personal best. The leader must work as the team member who gets the top results from the whole team. Managers should learn to become team players. Middle managers have to be team members and coaches. Take steps against those managers who wouldn't learn to become team players... More


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