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Hpt Workshop Overview 19 Jan09

  1. 1. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 High Performance Teams (HPT) Workshop Overview Developing High Performance Teams in the Multi- Functional Project Management Environment 1 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  2. 2. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Purpose To understand the key elements of a High Performance  Team (HPT). To understand the Integrated Product Team (IPT)  Approach. To improve the Team Performance for the benefit of  the business, the project and each team member. 2 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  3. 3. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Approach A four-day experiential workshop, including a simulation  of a typical large/complex project. Designed to allow participants to ‘learn while doing’  Tailored to the unique business environment.  Focused on leadership and the dynamics of roles and  responsibilities and teamwork over the life of a project. Tests the realities of Project and Functional matrix  business environments The Simplest Experiential DO IT. Learning (Activity) Cycle Now What? What? (Action) (Reflection) What will I do differently next time? What happened? What were the results? So What? (Generalisation) What do these results imply? How did I influence the outcome? 3 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview based on a compilation by Andrea Corney 19Jan09 (SCD) www.edbatista.com/2007/10/experiential.html
  4. 4. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 The Sell Team dynamics and human system dysfunction has a  direct correlation with project failure, inertia and confusion People ‘issues’ directly impact all retention problems  This workshop will:  Establish cultural foundations for – generating high performance teams (initiating and planning phase especially) Act as a working model for – organisational deployment Integrate diversity – 4 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  5. 5. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Outline This learning opportunity consists of two distinct,  but interrelated sessions: A one-day skills session to look at the key approaches – and skills used by successful high performance teams and team members. A three-day ‘hands-on’ simulation of life on an HPT to – experience and practice the concepts and skills from the first day. Related preparatory pre-work is provided to all  participants in advance Company and business specific tailoring of the  Skills Day is coordinated by the Workshop Coaches after consultation, as required 5 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  6. 6. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Skills (1 Day) Day 1 is an interactive and fun learning session  focusing on what defines an HPT, how it is implemented, and what skills are needed in a team environment within a Project context. The class will also examine the key approaches  successful teams use to create, strengthen and sustain their teams. Different learning methods are  employed to keep all participants actively involved and enhance the learning experience. 6 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  7. 7. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Skill Areas 7 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  8. 8. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Simulation (3 Days) An intensive three-day experiential learning laboratory.  Real multi-functional integration problems.  Real and emergent team dynamics scenarios.  Individual (and business) risk-free environment  Activities include:  Organising and planning for successful project management. – ‘Horizontal’ integration and communication (within and across teams). – Focusing on customer needs (customer reviews, requirements – clarification, change negotiation). Using Project Management Plans (PMP) and Team Execution Plans – (TEP) as tools for success. Cost tracking, scheduling, risk management, resource management, – and responsibility & authority allocation. 8 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  9. 9. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 The Team Effectiveness Model Product R&R Plan Charter Leadership Skills Processes People HPT Rev 1 - July 2008 This Team Effectiveness Model used with kind permission of Robert F. Sterzinger 9 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  10. 10. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 Who will benefit most ? Project Managers, Project Team Leads, and 1. Project Team Members with all levels of experience. will learn how to succeed at “running – the business” in the complex and challenging Project and Functional matrix environment. Project Directors, Program Managers 2. Functional/Line Managers, and Business Team Leads and Members will acquire a deeper, experience-based understanding of the – Project Life-Cycle and the challenges of a High Performance Team environment. 10 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  11. 11. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Planning When:  Upon Request – 1 Day team skills and HPT knowledge – 3 Day experiential simulation – Cost considerations:  Workshop fee – Time and travel for HPT Coaches – Workshop venue costs – Participants’ time, accommodation, meals – Materials & incidentals – 11 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  12. 12. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Agenda Summary: Day 1  Introduction and Team Stages – HPTs in the Business Matrix Environment – Integrated Product Development (IPD) Theory – Company Business Management Overview – Teamwork Styles in the Project Environment – Effective Meetings in the Project Environment – Decision-Making in the Project Environment – Personal Leadership in the Project Environment – Days 2-4  Simulated 12 month project – Note: Day 1 may be separate from Days 2-4 12 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  13. 13. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Skills Day Outcomes Explain the theory behind IPTs and how they can be  used to create HPTs. Identify at least three key elements of successful team  meetings. Identify your teamwork style and the strengths and  excesses that your style brings to the team. Define ”Consensus” as it is used  in IPTs and practice some of the The Cautious The Cautious The Dominant Thinker Thinker Controller ANALYTICAL DIRECTIVE tools used in reaching ANALYTICAL Need: Primary Primary Need: To get it right! To get it done! consensus. The Interactive The Steady Socializer Relater SUPPORTIVE ADAPTIVE Reflect on individual and team  Primary Need: Primary Need: To get along! To get appreciation! leadership 13 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  14. 14. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Outcomes: Identify critical levers for project and business  success and related organisational effectiveness Recognise current personal capabilities and identify  critical skill building needs Apply learning (open mind, open heart, open will) and to  understand the value of collective learning Improve the Project Team performance for the benefit of  the business and each team member 14 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  15. 15. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Coaching Staff: Minimum two (2) experienced coaches required per  workshop Minor administration and logistics Support – Coach training provided for suitable client candidates – Provides an ongoing in-house “champion”  Highly recommended as a leadership development opportunity  Trained and Experienced Australian Coaches  Simon D’Arcy – Experienced Project Manager – Andrew Wilford – Assoc/Professor in PM (Bond Uni) – Other trained Australian coaches are available (TBA) – Workshop originators and Coach resource  Bob Sterzinger (US) – Bruce Wheeler (US) – 15 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)
  16. 16. Simon C. D’Arcy ABN 66 356 458 922 High Performance Teams Workshop J. A. Wilford (Wilf) ABN 31 919 531 545 HPT Workshop Pre-Work IPD Theory Pre-Reading  Example Pre-work Questions for Participants – What specific authorities do you think Integrated Project Teams  need? What do you think are the benefits or advantages in having  decisions made at the lowest possible level? What do you think the team leader’s role should be in team-  decision-making? If the Project System Integration Team does its integration job, how  does this affect or relate to the lower level Project Team decision- making process? Are there circumstances where you think a Project Team should  consist of only one functional area? If yes, when and why? Personal Teamwork Styles Pre-Reading  Simple Self-Assessment – 16 of 16 HPT Workshop Overview 19Jan09 (SCD)

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