As team coaches, we bring forward thinking methods to our work with organisations.
However, we are also pushing the boundaries of coaching with our development of Extra-Dependent Teams. This convention-breaking approach, which recognizes that two types of teams operate collaboratively within organisations, is simplifying how complex organisations interact and depend on each other, allowing team members and team managers alike to find some clarity on how they can make a meaningful contribution individually, collaboratively and strategically.
“A fascinating synthesis of the work on teams and communities of practice. It will help managers benefit from key insights and approaches from both sides. A great contribution to the literature on organisations in the 21st century.”
Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner, co-authors of Learning in Landscapes of Practice