Take advantage of a powerful visual management tool for teams as you work together and deliver great results. It's been used by thousands of teams for project success!
59% of U.S. workers say that communication is their team's biggest obstacle to success, followed by accountability at 29% (Atlassian). High-Impact Tools for Teams explains a simple, powerful tool that helps team leaders and members align and get clarity on exactly who is responsible for each part of the team's most important activities and projects. The tool is complemented by 4 trust add-ons that help teams build trust and increase psychological safety, so every member can be confident in sharing ideas or concerns about obstacles the team may face. It's a proven tool for project teams, based on years of research, and thousands of teams are already using the Team Alignment Map to run effective "get-to-action meetings", give projects a good start and de-silo organizations.
- Co-author Alex Osterwalder is the international best-selling author who co-created the Business Model Canvas, a strategic management tool used by 1 million+ industry leaders globally. Plan as a team and know who does what
- Uncover and proactively remove the most likely obstacles to any project
- Boost team member contributions
- Run more effective team meetings
- Get more successful projects
With the guidance of High-Impact Tools for Teams, you can be better prepared as a team leader or team member to plan effectively, reduce risks, and collaborate with others. Your team will be accountable and ready to deliver results!
About the Author
Stefano Mastrogiacomo (www.teamalignment.co, Geneva, Switzerland) is a team tools designer, a project management consultant, and professor. He has a passion for human coordination and he's the designer of the Team Alignment Map, the Team Contract, the Fact Finder, and the other tools presented in High-Impact Tools for Teams. He's been leading digital projects and advising project teams in international organizations for more than 20 years, while teaching and doing research at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. His interdisciplinary work is anchored in project management, change management, psycholinguistics, evolutionary anthropology, and design thinking.