Teams aren’t born great. Instead they evolve over time based on shared priorities, values, and ways of working. Paragon has helped teams grow and thrive for close to two decades, and we have earned a reputation for helping teams:
48% reported that they intentionally decreased their work effort.
78% said that their commitment to the organization declined.
80% reported that they lost time worrying about the incident.
(“The Price of Incivility,” Harvard Business Review)
Executive teams who do not adopt agile team practices put the organization at risk of losing pace with its competitors.
Your executives are struggling to adapt to changing business conditions.
There is too much to do and not enough time to do it, which is creating conflict among team members.
Innovation, creativity, and future planning are taking a backseat to day-to-day execution.
Just as organizations need to adapt to changing business conditions, so do the executive teams supporting those changes. But that’s easier said than done. Many teams struggle to break away from “how it’s always been done” and are resistant to new, more agile techniques.
Traditional Team: One key leader ‘at the top’
Traditional Team: Membership constant
Traditional Team: Focus on the past
Traditional Team: Top down
Traditional Team: Low importance
Traditional Team: Methodical