How To Build The Ultimate Team
Larger teams tend to fall into different subgroups, that are barely organized to work together, so constantly falling out of synch. Sales guys sometimes miss changes in priority, products and opportunities or back-end development works on a new feature that has not been even scheduled for the front-end group yet.
Companies are usually visualized by mapping their hierarchy. Today’s modern companies often use experts, who depend on each other’s work within a project. The process of collaboration is, nevertheless, much more like a network, it can not be simply understood via org charts.
Current process management techniques, like kanban, tend to focus on a series of tasks, breaking down greater projects into smaller chunks. While they are most certainly useful for streamlining work, minimizing waste and useless actions, they achieve the best results just for repetitive routes of workflow that does not changevery often.
But teams do change! Let’s just think about ever-changing environmental factors, members coming and going, projects starting and closing, etc.
Dynamic transformation of team connections demand a different kind of process management.
By automatically mapping and measuring collaborative relations based on sociometric data, the CX-Ray software provides a solution. You are — flawlessly and effortlessly — able to identify key members of your collaborating network, get an instant overview of subgroups inside your team, receive text feedback about the most relevant aspects, get actionable next steps personalized for your needs, and many other assets for your business.
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