Old hierarchies and organizational silos are disappearing—today work is often done on an ad hoc basis, based on collaboration and accomplished by teams formed and reformed to address changing priorities and needs. However, as many of us have found, forming teams is easy; forming productive, collaborative teams is hard.
Our guest on Episode 66 of HR Works: The Podcast for Human Professionals is CEO of Verus Global Craig Ross. Craig has invested over 20 years of his career observing and studying what teams do (and don’t do) to deliver on their business objectives. His work includes supporting leaders and teams at multi-national and Fortune 500 companies, including P&G, Nestle, Cigna, Novartis, and Ecolab, among others.
As a part of an expanding team of professional development specialists, consultants and coaches, Craig has reverse engineered what successful teams do to achieve big things.