Cross-Functional Team Management
Cultivate excellence in cross-functional team management through a manager, team, and corporate awareness.
Every day, businesses assemble cross-functional teams, directing the company’s best resources at a problem or project; and yet statistics show initiatives and projects fail most of the time. Conversely, there are many instances where insufficient resources are gathered to address complex issues, or company talent is gathered for inane projects and meetings that disengage top performers. This presentation will help cultivate excellence in cross-functional team management through a manager, team, and corporate awareness of the unique opportunity of the collective team capability, the context, and the importance of the work they will design and execute. Managers will learn to appreciate the opportunity that is cross-functional team management, and how to engage high-level resources and subject matter experts. With team and corporate appreciation of the importance of the team, and the work they will put their hands to do, managers can realize excellence in cross-functional team management and achieve step-ahead outcomes.
- You will be able to describe the business context of cross-functional team leadership and the potential impact for you and the organization.
- You will be able to recognize when a cross-functional team is needed, and when it is not.
- You will be able to discuss why and how to treat cross-functional team members as stakeholders.
- You will be able to explain the importance of vision in managing a cross-functional team.
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