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What it is: Teams managing large projects, such as building a mine or implementing an organization-wide IT system, are often challenged to keep on schedule and budget. Aligning project stakeholders and the team is critical in making a project a standout success. We offer customized alignment workshops for large projects that result in greater team performance.

Best for: Teams responsible for a project where there are many stakeholders and several different phases that the project will move through over a number time. These can include planning, development and handover to the business.

Time frame: Initial alignment workshops are typically two days in length, with preparation and follow up work. To sustain the effort, teams often schedule follow up alignment workshops for every 90 days – these are 1-2 days depending on what the team is dealing with at the time.

Results: Clarity on what will make the project a success; Specific plans for closing gaps and taking advantages of opportunities; Less friction in the team; Sustained team performance. Teams that have worked through this process often report that it was a turning point for them in their performance as vital issues were resolved and plans put in place.

Tell-tale signs your team may need this service:

  • Your team may have some urgent issues to deal with that have taken your team’s work off track or offline and you badly need them to get back in gear and work well together
  • Your team needs to align its work with its sponsors or the sponsors may have changed or events in the industry or economy have had an impact and the team needs to get back in gear and solve these issues as regards to the team’s work
  • The team may be moving into execution mode and have new parties coming to the table with whom they must be aligned.

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