When departments start to become siloed from each other, competing agendas can put goals at risk as well as expend resources ineffectively, costing the company more in the long run in terms of money and morale. Here are 5 recommendations on how to stay unified and all moving in the same direction.
Try some of these leadership tips this week and see how they elevate you as a leader.
This is exactly the question my boss asked me one day as I was presenting a problem to him that I had just discussed with my team as well as the solutions that we had come up with. Let’s see how you would fair in this situation and the effect it would have on you.
We often times find ourselves blocked on a task. Although it is tempting to move on to the next task on your list, it is better to try to resolve the blocker first. As a leader in your organization, you can promote this concept in your team as a way to improve team efficiency, and improve delivery times and product quality.
Companies are realizing more and more that often times their competitive advantage is their very own teams. As a result, companies are pivoting to become much more people oriented, rather than product and process oriented. In order to build a high performing team, there are 3 things as a team leader you need to provide.
Over the past decade, and more so in the past few years, trends in “Re-orgs” have emerged that should be taken note of. Use this list as a reference to take proactive measures to guide your company in the right direction before they guide you out the door.
Budget cuts and “Re-Orgs.” It happens at all companies. No one is immune. So the best thing to do is to prepare not for the “if,” but “when.” When your department gets cut in half, here are some tips on how to stay afloat and reach to new heights.