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IDEATE
convince stakeholders that they can't say "NO"to your proposal
Hire new talent
Train existing members for the new skills required in the project
Problem Statement for JOE :It is very difficult to form a team for the project that needs to go live by early next quarter.\
Pull out the best people from the other teams.
Make a virtual team with resources and experiences from around the globe
Rescale the dimensions of the project to use the existing talent in hand,do what is possible with the given limitations
convince stakeholders that they can't say "NO"to whatever you proposal
Organize a TGIF on Friday to sell your idea to the larger audience in the organization and get random volunteers then get them trained for the task.
Break project work into sub tasks,identify resources in the organization who can take care of the piece meal as part of their daily work ,in effect take out the overwhelming sense of "project"out of the task,break it down for it to look like regular work with a little punch and extra big picture theory.
Just call the CEO and tell him your ordeal,,he might then order the team to be put in place!!
Hire interns at lesser cost to do the project
Let the media know "the perils of making a cross functional team" in your organization!
Request for a change in location ,may be the new place has a culture where there is more "buy in" for your project.
Go out as a team ,chill out,dine,go for a trek,the bonding may initiate a project team
Hire interns at lesser cost to do the project.
Problem Statement for JOE :It is very difficult to form a team for the project that needs to go live by early next quarter.
Outsource the project.
Hire new talent
Train existing team members.
Create a strategy to have a process in place to make such teams
Write a strong worded e mail to all the prospective team members that you are desperate to have them on board.
Talk to the CEO!,he might assign tasks and no one can refuse.
Go for a leadership training to figure out how to form cross functional teams .
Go for a vacation and ask your direct reports to take over the task
Don't do it at all
Sleep over it,may be you get a solution in your dreams
Do it out of office,with friends on social network
Put it on Facebook/G+ for people in general to collaborate.
Tweet about it, you might get help from unknown people/sources
Make a virtual team from across the globe to help you on it,geography no bar!
Request the prospective team members' manager to align a different resource during the day job hours so that this person whom you really want can be freed for the project work.
Create an exciting space around the project work and showcase to non participants also to elicit interest and participation
Post an add on the internal "Miscellaneous stuff page"
Do the entire project yourself
Organize a TGIF on Friday to sell your idea to the larger audience in the organization and get random volunteers then get them trained for the task.
Pull out the best people from the other teams.
Make a you tube movie of how the end product would look like and float it on the net inviting people at random.
Let the media know "the perils of making a cross functional team" in your organization!
Bring up the project at a different time,may be its just not the time to do it
Build a healthy relationship with the leadership so that they buy in your point and help with their resources
Make a movie of another exciting project happening in the organization and show it to people whom you want on board ,tell them how challenging it is .
Praise people and award them,those who have participated in project activities in the past.
Re Scale the project to fit into the schedules and skills of the existing team/talent.
Break down the components into more workable forms so that the whole PROJECT doesn't actually look like a project after all,but just some blocks to be made into whole
Good Luck Joe.
Re asses what you are trying to achieve from the project,May be you need to redefine and start from scratch.a different definition may get you a team.
Speak the language of the prospective team.
Communicate well ,the bigger picture and the take away for all stake holder to get the buy in.
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