What were the prime success factors our team and Google have in common? First of all we gave team members the same amount of time to speak. Secondly we wanted to make sure no one felt left out or was secretly upset. This means being able to read faces and body language and asking what people were thinking about. In project mode, tight deadlines have to be met and our team needs to have all members collaborate in a respectful but highly efficient manner.
In one of my latest articles – “SAP Supply Chain Monitoring Best Practises” I spoke about a Supply Chain Executive’s winning formula.
Included in that winning formula is #2
Maintain strategic focus
Define Key Initiatives & Metrics.
I would highly recommend re-reading that article as this one builds on it.
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