• Description of the webinar

    Recently, Forbes magazine published an article about the results of a study conducted by Deloitte among 7,000 companies from more than 130 countries in the world. It turned out that the number one issue for companies now is "How to reorganize our organizational structure" to be adequate to today's business climate.

    Insights almost a year of research shows that there is a transition from traditional, hierarchical organizational structure to what Deloitte calls "a constellation of teams."
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    The new model leads to a change in job descriptions, rethinking of the concept of "career", organizational mobility, emphasizes the importance of skills development and training as the keys to efficiency, changes the approach to setting goals and motivating people, changing the role of leaders.

    92% of companies surveyed by Deloitte, called the fundamental change of approach to work key trend for next year.

    The study identified 4 key to success in the new organizational model:

    1. Shared values and culture

    2. Transparent goals and projects

    3. Feedback and the free flow of information

    4. Promote people based on skills and contributions and not based on his post
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    We decided to dedicate a webinar of the School subject "Principles of high-performance teams to develop in business and life."

    We did a review of modern approaches to management, considered from the point of view of social physiology and neurobiology relations.

    In the webinar we discussed:

    - Background of the study Deloitte and its results
    - A systematic approach to building a team of frithjof Capra
    - 6 steps to effective team building on Gifford Pinchot
    - The transformational power of 3 and 4 the underlying stream Steve Tendonitis
    - Physiological principles of effective teamwork

    In the end, we have formulated the basic principles the transformation of the organizational culture and use highly effective teams for the development of life in General.
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