Project teams and task forces

Who does what by when?

Who does what by when?

Time frame:
Ongoing usage

Complexity: 1/5
More info: https://goo.gl/wyVS9v

Background & Purpose

This might seem obvious, but sometimes at the end of meetings we reach agreements but we don’t define the action points to develop from them, expecting everyone will take some responsibility to make the decisions happen. Spending time during the meetings to define and prioritize next steps, the people responsible and by when these could happen will help keep your meetings and project progressing.
More info: https://goo.gl/wyVS9v

Contact

Name: Mercè
Email: merce@holon.cat
Website: http://www.holon.cat

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Reframing

Reframing

Time frame:

Punctual usage
Complexity: 3/5
More info: http://

Background & Purpose

Remember who said this? “Problems cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them.” You are right, Albert Einstein.
Many times when we see things in one way (our natural understanding of a problem or situation) it is hard to see it in another way, and it requires from us a many times difficult but necessary paradigm shift.

If you browse online you will find many resources and tools to help you and your team shift the lens on a situation.

More info: http://

Contact

Name: Mercè
Email: merce@holon.cat
Website: http://www.holon.cat

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Liquid Participation

Liquid Participation

Time frame:Ongoing usage

Complexity: 4/5

Background & Purpose

How do we make sure things get done when tasks are self-assigned, working in teams with flat structure combined with fixed deadlines? What’s beyond the carrot/stick extrinsic motivator to get things done? We created and remind ourselves of this practice in times of high workload, uneven feelings of commitment among the team or when a conflict arises.

More info: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BZyRlHVNHFolmTed7X8RLE9cnv6rzXP3Y9at2Sq-Vhw/edit

Contact

Name: Adrià Garcia Mateu
Email: adria@holon.cat
Website: http://www.holon.cat

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Belbin Test

Belbin Test

Time frame:

Punctual usage
Complexity: 3/5
More info: http://www.belbin.com/

Background & Purpose

This is a highly effective way to self-assess the members of a team and see which necessary roles are overfulfilled or not covered at all in a team. It also helps people to understand certain tensions within people.
More info: http://www.belbin.com/

Contact

Name: Melinda Varfi
Email: melindavarfi@gmail.com
Website: http://

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