Chapter 4. Building Team Templates


ONE OF THE goals of effective team work is to ensure that processes used to successfully manage ongoing work are repeatable. The detailed circumstances of each project or event will often require some flexibility, but in general you want to avoid reinventing the wheel. As teams gain experience working together, they need to determine what’s worked and solidify those actions, improve on the steps that weren’t successful, and then organize their evaluations and decisions into processes they can rely on to move work forward.

But it’s not just the processes themselves that you want ...

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