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RL Wolfe Implementing Self-Directed Teams

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RL Wolfe:
Implementing Self-Directed Teams Group 1: Team Uno Dawn Day, Brandon Ehrlich, Lacy Beckman, Joseph Sills, Ali Etnier GOAL: Create Synergy Within Teams. Self-Directed Teams Current Strategy Issues at Hand Recommendations SELF-DIRECTED TEAM Effective Use Outcomes Employee Involvement, Job Definition
Organizational Goal Setting
Self-Governing Teams
Increased Enrichment 30% to 40% Improvements
95% Productivity Rates
Potential for this at Corpus Christi CURRENT STRATEGIES Applicant Confusion
Unclear of Reasons for Exercises Individual Recognition
Dectraction from Team Attitudes
Shift of Focus to Personal Goals Line Operator Issues Coordinator Issues RECOMMENDATIONS Many SDTs, 1 'Wolfe'pack Smaller Teams Employee Development Shared Goals 3 Teams, 9 People Total per 8 Hour Shift
2 Technicians
3 Line Operators
4 Material Handlers
Create More Equal Status and Autonomy Periodic Team-Building Exercises (ie. Everest Simulation)
Brainstorm New Approaches to Processes
Identify as Team
Decrease in Employee Turnover Allow Each Team Involvement in Goal-Setting
Develop and Sustain Monthly Quotas
Expectancy: Inform employees of necessary accomplishments
and methods of achievement.
Instrumentality: Measure of success.
Management Must be Aware of Valence Differences FIRST-HAND EXAMPLES Line Operator Coordinator Misunderstand Employee Empowerment
Coordinators Ultimately Make Decisions
Technicians Solve Problems, Operators Lack Status
Less committed Team Members
Difficult to Work as Effective Team
Top Performing Operators Wanted Rewards
Consultant Discussion of Leadership Styles
Unsure of Correct Leadership Style Type
President's View: Delegating Leadership is Best
Uncertain of Team Taking Responsibility
Extensive Training
Feeling of Being Micromanaged QUESTIONS? Key Factor TRUST
Increase Among Employees, Employees & Management
Environment of Growth
Less Oversight
More Autonomy Job Description Unclear job descriptions
Confusion Amongst Employees Distinct Hiring Process: Exercises, Simulations
Specified Characteristics as Hiring Criteria
Applicant Appreciation of Mental Stimulation Decisions: 80% Made by Team
Positive Recognition of Employee Performance Teams Hiring Process
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