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The Best Teams Always Create A Performance Challenge

01.10.21 11:16 PM By Mark Pym - Comment(s)
The Best Teams Always Create A Performance Challenge

This is a picture from a ship I served on in 1986. Her name was HMS Nottingham and she was a Type 42 destroyer.   What made her special was her close knit crew and how we operated as a team.  You don't forget this and I still have very fond memories of being part of this...

When is a Team, Not a Team

25.09.21 07:11 PM By Mark Pym - Comment(s)
When is a Team, Not a Team
The word team is used interchangeably to describe lots of different situations, however, when is a grouping of individuals merely, just that a group and what factors describe a team.

Accountability  

08.12.20 03:27 PM By Mark Pym - Comment(s)
Accountability  
In this short blog, we discuss the importance of reliability and trust in a remote working environment.

Entropy: How Do We Measure This Systematic Un-Alignment And Failure In A Team?

08.12.20 09:10 AM By Mark Pym - Comment(s)
Entropy: How Do We Measure This Systematic Un-Alignment And Failure In A Team?
This is a short article about the importance of entropy and how it can affect the performance of a team or organisation. The good news it can be measured and improved on.

The Importance Of a Great Teams

01.12.20 09:32 PM By Mark Pym - Comment(s)
The Importance Of a Great Teams
At the heart of any great team will be a central ethos and energy. In the NHS it is this central ethos the binds teams together.