What is a BIT? It is a group of people who need one another’s gifts and abilities to accomplish something that matters. As a business owner, you probably dream of creating a self-managing team, who create systems and processes that continue the business when you’re not around, yes? 90% of your success will depend on how well you build a team around you, and 10% how you manage it.
With a BIT you aren’t a tyrant pushing new ideas, instead, your team is eager to share new ideas, solve problems, and take ownership.
What’s the starting point to all this? There are many, but one leap off point is to begin understanding the kind of organization in which creativity, responsibility, and organization flourish in natural ways. What would that look like, sound like, operate like?
Here’s the first of two audio presentations to creating a self-managing team that does right things right. First, it’s about setting up an underlying structure that motivates learning, and second, the managing structures to execute and lead change successfully.
The Fundamentals of High-Level Performance Teams: http://bit.ly/2pza0Vb
Many entrepreneurs bring in new programs and try to lead change, but forget to cultivate an underlying structure that can sustain it. Like planting new seeds, our organization is like the soil bed that needs tilling to plant change and foster its growth.