HIGH FLYING TEAMS
Questions teams can address now -- the why, what, and who of the project -- set the foundation for launch. We find that teams that believe their work is engaging, innovative, and cooperative are more ready for liftoff. It's hard to fly very far when you can't get off the ground.
Questions that take time to address -- the how, when, and where of a project -- measure the conditions for staying in flight. We see teams thrive when they prioritize an approach that's human-centered, timely, and resilient. It's hard to predict where you'll land if small changes dramatically affect your trajectory.
Ultimately, teams that master the Theory of High Flying Teams show a level of psychological safety and role interdependence that drives project outcomes to lofty heights. There aren't many things more beautiful than teammates who trust each other fully.