The first four stages illustrate the creation of the team, building to commitment that must be in place to get results. The next three describe increasing levels of sustained performance. Each stage is represented by straightforward questions and includes behaviors to watch for which indicate the stage is resolved or unresolved. Diagnostic in nature so a team can identify where to focus. The Dynamic framework represents the realistic nature of external factors, change, and business constraints. As core performance elements, teams can focus on each stage in any order. High performance is not an end state – bursts of high performance are viewed as the outcome of diligently addressing other stages. The model has a helpful graphic to increase understanding.
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