How can the team at the top better support a team-based organization?

Exploring the C-suite’s role in creating a more agile organization

Posted by Stacey Philpot and Joan Goodwin on September 12, 2019.

The shift toward team-based work is well underway, with nearly one-third (31 percent) of respondents to our 2019 Global Human Capital Trends survey saying that “most” or “almost all” work is done in teams. Given the rapid pace of the external environment and the complexity of organizational work, it isn’t surprising that solutions require multiple people working in various teams across the organization. In fact, when most employees are asked how many teams they are on, you’ll often hear 5, 10, even 20 distinct teams that are active in their day-to-day lives. The C-suite hasn’t been immune to this need. From working as a team themselves to enabling teaming in the rest of the organization, the C-suite has a big role to play in enabling a more agile and collaborative organization.
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Smarter teaming to enhance pay-for-performance compensation

IBM Vision Conference

Posted by Greg Livengood on May 19, 2014

A large retailer was gearing up for growth, and its call centers had to be prepared for a surge in customer demand. The company’s leadership and internal audit knew that they could not grow with their existing manual processes that lacked a clear audit trail. Today at IBM Vision 2014, we will share how Deloitte worked with the retailer to meet corporate goals with IBM’s Cognos ICM.

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