While most high-value and innovative assignments are given to temporary teams, problems with composition, coordination, motivation, and authority most often cause sub-optimal results.
Goals and Objectives
To maximize team productivity for high-value objectives, organizational practices must focus on team composition and processes to achieve greater teamwork. This requires intelligent assignment of a leader to establish objectives, team members with diverse relevant expertise, and authority and structure to capture incidental competence gained by all members.
This use case is supported by intelligent workforce management and employee information systems, analytic tools and cognitive capabilities to intelligently suggest team composition consistent with organizational and employee objectives, and business and HR consulting to establish governance and effectiveness measures.
Use Case Summary
Multidisciplinary team that can be formulated to address complex or emergent requirements can deliver high-value results when they are intelligently constructed, motivated, and supported.