Strategic Decision

Organize up to 40% of the company’s total employees into a system of teams of 5-7 people. If the structure includes more than 10 teams, aim to divide the company into several autonomous virtual companies linked to a master company. Adopt the Self-Management SystemTM as the basic system (modus vivendi) of decision-making for all the teams.

Integration Phases

Convert each team leader’s activities or duties into measurable results and enter them into the Self-Management’s computerized results table. Obtain the various team leaders’ support and ask them to draw up an action plan for each of the results to be delivered and enter them into the Self-Management tool. Help the team managers draw up these action plans. Integrate team decision-making from observations of recent events that have occurred in the course of business. Integrate team decision-making from monthly and quarterly results. Integrate team decision-making from new ideas. Integrate team decision-making from specific projects to be realized. Integrate team decision-making from marketing strategies to be put in place. Strengthen these team skills over 6 to 12 months. Integrate strategic decision-making from a strategic perspective. Integrate decision-making from a training perspective. Integrate team decision-making from a technological, ecological and research perspective.

Integrate team decision-making from a financial perspective. Integrate team decision-making from a replacement perspective. Strengthen these skills over 1 to 2 years. Integrate Self-Management with every new manager and team member in the first month after their arrival.

Continuity Phase 

Keep the annual team audits in place. Free your team leaders to launch new projects. Enable your company or team to be transformed into an inspiring and creative workplace.

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