The Operational Excellence Society is proudly hosting its latest online business educational initiative, coined the Operational Excellence Webinar series. This webinar’s thought leader is Frederick Fladmark, from the Norwegian Armed Forces.
Date & Time :
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Learn how to create effective teams that grow your business, solve complex problems and innovate.
“We’ve found patterns of communication [team dynamic] to be the most important predictor of a team’s success. Not only that, but they are as significant as all the other factors—individual intelligence, personality, skill, and the substance of discussions—combined.”A Pentland. The New Science of Building Great Teams, Harvard Business Review.
As the research by Pentland has shown, team results are almost entirely based on how well individuals collaborate and work together.
As the problems we face become more complex we are increasingly reliant on teams to solve them. To solve complex problems, we need the combined expertise of many people.
Think of a modern-day surgical team. No longer is there one genius surgeon with many helpers. Now there is a group of highly trained doctors and nurses, each with their own speciality. If patients are to experience good outcomes the surgical team must combine their collective expertise in order to succeed.
The more complex and innovative a task the more dependent we are on teams.
Are you building the right kind of team that will solve the challenges unique to your business?
Join our event to learn:
- Why your business results are dependent on having the right team dynamic
- How to map your current team dynamic
- What team dynamic you can create to solve the challenges specific for your business
- How the military builds effective teams capable of solving complex problems together
Learn how the military builds effective teams:
- We share our experience as leaders in the military, while using the most advanced team development tool available
- We share some of the secrets units like the Navy Seals and NATO Special Forces use to build teams that can thrive in complex environments
- Learn how the military uses the most modern academic research and tools when building teams as developed by Prof Sjøvold at NTNU and SPGR.