Presentation on theme: "The School District of Philadelphia’s Summer Bridge Workshop Team Development Using Single School Culture Lani Carrow, M.A. Work/Life Connection, LLC “The."— Presentation transcript:
The School District of Philadelphia’s Summer Bridge Workshop Team Development Using Single School Culture Lani Carrow, M.A. Work/Life Connection, LLC “The more you know, the luckier you get.”
The School District of Philadelphia’s Summer Bridge – Group Exercise In small groups, at your tables, please answer the following three questions: ►How would you define the term TEAM? ►What makes working in a TEAM easier that working alone? ►What makes working in a TEAM harder than working alone?
The SAGE Factor™ Maturity Model Needs HelpAmateur Hour Average Results Effective Team Professional Organization Direction not clear Communication weak Disagreements exist Uncertain decision making Strategy exists/not clear Communications unclear Decision making weak A strategy and Plan exists Some communications is happening Mission and Vision is known Strategy tied to vision and mission A communication plan exists Resources are assigned Strong strategy development Consistent communications at all levels Resources allocated timely Stakeholders unknown Many factions exist Investments misdirected Teamwork nonexistent Frustration high Stakeholders identified but not coordinated Frustration exists Teams are forming Some investment Stakeholders are informed Barriers are being identified Teams are working Frustration is turning to interest Stakeholders are involved Barriers are addressed and overcome Teams are self directed and motivated Frustration is minimal Stakeholders are proactive in resolving issues Barriers are treated as opportunities Team interacts freely to improve No frustration exists Decision making is weak Resource control unknown Roles and responsibilities uncertain Poor communications Issues are surfaced to decision makers Process for resources does not exist Some communications flowing Some issues are being resolved A process for resources exists but decisions are not crisp or timely Roles are being clarified Process exist and being used Leaders are engaged in resource allocation Roles and Responsibilities are clear High discipline in resource allocation process Scheduled meetings by leaders to resolve issues Roles and responsibilities well known A lean machine operating Strategy Alignment Governance Weak Execution Spectrum Excellent