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4 04, 2011

Startup questions for team relationships

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Edgar Schein writes, "When two or more people come together to form a work or task-oriented group, there will first be a period of essentially self-oriented behavior reflecting various concerns that any new member of a group could be expected to experience." Here are questions to help the team in its forming stage. The questions are designed for each individual to answer and then share with the team.

4 04, 2011

Initial project meeting

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This post is part 4 of 5 in the series Startup questions.

What is the project’s purpose? (What are you trying to do?)
How do you imagine this project happening? What are your expectations today?
How do you see this project coordinating with other activities?

What has already been decided?
What are some critical assumptions that may impact the project?
What are some known constraints that will impact the project?
What are the critical points in time for […]

4 04, 2011

Project startup comprehensive

Mon, Apr 4, 2011|Filed in: Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Project startup comprehensive

Questions to help bring clarity and agreement to a project purpose, outcomes and benefits, process and milestones, people involvement, boundaries, decision process, progress reports, results evaluation, deliverables, resources available, success at working together.

13 01, 2011

Questions to help build a personal relationship with clients

Thu, Jan 13, 2011|Filed in: Bookmarks, Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |Comments Off on Questions to help build a personal relationship with clients

From Andrew Sobel: Here is a sampling of questions you might use to help you get to know your clients as people (but just don't use them all at once!). · Go to Questions to help build a personal relationship with clients →

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