Easy-To-Implement Techniques

3 Signs Teams Need a New Strategy

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Balancing strategic action with day-to-day pressures is hard. In this article, we break down three proven strategies to get teams focused on the work that matters most.

You're going to learn new techniques to:

  • Get more out of your meetings
  • Help teams focus on the most important challenges you're facing
  • Create teams that are more in touch with customer needs

Each video is less than five minutes long and gets straight to the heart of real problems faced by businesses like yours.

Let's dive in!

Teams struggling with too many competing priorities?

It’s easy for teams to get stuck in the weeds when faced an endless supply of tasks labeled "Urgent". In this situation, the best case is that they will be stuck firefighting, in the worst case, the things that matter will start slipping through the cracks.

Fortunately, there’s a simple idea inspired by the William’s F1 team that will help them get unstuck and focused on the problems you're paying them to solve.

Meetings getting dominated by the
loudest voice?

Picture the scene: You bring everyone together for an important meeting and one or two loudest voices drive the agenda. You're losing out on 80% of the brainpower in the room wasting your and everyone else's time.

Dive in to see how LEGO sidesteps groupthink through a simple change to their meeting structure, and learn how you can bring this into your own sessions.

Teams failing to stay in touch with your customer's needs?

Customer expectations change with every new business they interact with. If you fail to stay in touch with these expectations, customers will start to look for a business that can - unfortunately, this isn't a problem that can be fixed in the boardroom.

In this short video, we explain how to stay relevant using a process any business can adopt today, and it starts by asking your clients four deceptively simple questions.



Strategy stuck?

Move as one with a strategic plan your team design (and hold each other accountable to deliver).