27 Jun 2017
In this 8-minute video, the final in the 5-part series, Ken Thompson concludes the course on HPTs by summarising the key points from the other videos and sharing practical results of research on how teams evolve and where they go wrong.
Ken shares how through structure team activities effective collaboration can evolve very quickly in a team and how this relates to the Tuckman Model.
Ken runs team based business simulation games with leaders and managers almost every week and concludes the series by sharing the 7 most common mistakes these teams make under pressure.
Video 1 (20:09 mins) HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS COURSE by Ken Thompson - Topic 1 - Introduction
Video 2 (11:12 mins) HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS COURSE by Ken Thompson - Topic 2 - Creating HPTs in a hurry!
Video 3 (09:03 mins) HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS COURSE by Ken Thompson - Topic 3 - The Processes of HPTs
Video 4 (08:32 mins) HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS COURSE by Ken Thompson - Topic 4 - Change Management for HPTs
Video 5 (08:22 mins) HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS COURSE by Ken Thompson - Topic 5 - HPT Leadership Tips
1. Bioteams: High Performance Teams Based on Nature’s Most Successful Designs
2. The Networked Enterprise: Competing for the Future Through Virtual Enterprise Networks
3. A Systematic Guide to High Performing Teams (HPTs)
4. A Systematic Guide to Collaboration and Competition within organizations
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