- The challenge cannot be accomplished by a worksheet, checklist or recipe.
- There is a lot of data to work through efficiently.
- The project could be at an impasse in need of re-framing or new ideas.
B: Interesting debate
- Best accomplished by ensuring that multiple perspectives are found and explored.
- When it is valuable to add experts from different fields into the project.
C: Flexibility and risk taking
- Short dynamic activities by small groups
D: Top management support
- Recognition of importance and uniqueness of a team
E: Positive supervisor relationships
F: Postitive interpersonal exchange
- Team member interdependencies are clear to everyone
- Test and validate ideas with other stakeholders who may not be involved on day-to-day basis.
G: Exceptional workspace; “Project Rooms” with visual space for collaboration
- A separate space will help individuals in a group identify with the team
- A large amount of data will be generated to fuel insights and innovations
- The team will need a project space, physical and/or virtual (technologies?), a repository for discoveries, concepts, share feedback.
- “Network Wall” with team member/stakeholder photos and short bios