Tag Archives: team performance

Build Transformational Leadership to Drive Customer Engagement

The president of a well-established health sciences company was faced with the need to change the way the organization interacted with its customers. Customers reported that the organization had grown far too complex to do business with, compared to its major competitors. The executive perspective was that the company possessed an urgent need to change…  but was concerned that middle

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Pharma: Accelerate New Product Development Through Process Improvement

Industry: Pharmaceuticals Function: New Product Development Location: Domestic A major pharma company had a slow and serial clinical-trials management process, facing challenges to integrate across teams and across functions in new drug development. We worked with business- and functional leadership to develop and introduce team-based process improvement, focused on improving the speed and effective performance within and across the business’s

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Project Management Performance Through Engagement and Respect

Leaders and business owners often face critical project and team management issues when faced with challenges that leverage the future of the business. For the most significant leveraged projects such as construction, expansion, acquisitions or mergers, a business must secure the services of independent professionals and firms due to the required expertise and licenses. A world-class architect, engineer, lawyer or

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What Conditions Make for Top-Performing Senior Teams?

In a wide array of recent engagements with companies and projects, covering an array of senior executive teams led by CXO’s, we observe that SOME perform with real synergy – where the teams are able to create dramatic, innovative value beyond the individual contributions of their members – while energetically engaged with each other, connected in important emotional and psychological

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Build Transformational Leadership to Drive Customer Engagement

The president of a well-established health sciences company was faced with the need to change the way the organization interacted with its customers. Customers reported that the organization had grown far too complex to do business with, compared to its major competitors. The executive perspective was that the company possessed an urgent need to change…  but was concerned that middle

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