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Building a successful team in any organization requires many factors. Teamwork Dynamics has reduced these to a set of Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and developed comprehensive concept maps that depict how these factors work together in a team culture to achieve the results expected by the team's stakeholders.
The critical success factors break down into six core factors and four factors of execution.

The six 'core' factors are 1) a supportive sponsor, 2) a shared focus on the results expected by the team's stakeholders, 3) SMART goals that create urgency, 4) a committed team leader, 5) a platform of mutual trust, and 6) engaged team members.

The four factors of 'execution' are 1) collaboration that engages all team members, 2) individual commitments to specific actions, 3) discipline that drives personal accountability, and 4) team processes that engage team members in helping each other overcome barriers to the delivery of the desired results.

Follow this link to learn more about the Critical Success Factors of teamwork.

The following concept chart depicts how the critical success factors interact to drive the results stakeholders expect of their teams. Please click on the image below to view a large and detailed chart of these interactions.
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We believe that organizational success is driven by two pillars that must be in place to support the activities of the many individuals that comprise the organization.

The first pillar is comprised of a hierarchy of teams. Each team will have one of the following four focuses:

1) a strategic team that engages the stakeholders, determines their expectations, and gains the commitment of the leader of the executive team to achieve the organization's goals,

2) an executive team that defines the organization's operational infrastructure and gains the commitment of operational team leaders to deliver results that allow their teams' goals to be accomplished,

3) operational teams that focus, through tactical teams, on critical aspects of the organization's functions and operations that in turn deliver results which allow the organization to achieve it's goals, and

4) tactical teams that do the work of the organization in serving customers, clients and key stakeholders.

The second pillar is a hierarchy of goals, strategies, action plans and individual commitments that focus all members of the organization on the actions that must be completed to achieve the desired results.

The following concept map depict how these factors must interact to deliver the desired results.
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For more information or to discuss the application of the Critical Success Factors of Dynamic Teamwork to your organization, please contact us through the 'Contact Us' link on this page.