Millennial Consultants Build Peer Network and Leadership Skills at IBM
Recent business school graduates spend 2 years learning about their Fortune 50 IT firm’s culture and expectations while simultaneously getting to know other consultants from around the country and adding to their project management toolkit. This session needs to keep their interest and provide skills that are quickly transferrable to work.
Improving trust and Building Morale within divisions of the US Department of State
Two divisions under the Planning & Program Support Office of Passport Services were looking to improve trust while laying the groundwork for future offsites and further staff development. Our initial team evaluation revealed that team effectiveness, trust, and morale were areas that could use some focus. Moreover, overcoming resource shortages was another factor that the team was trying to solve through better communication.
Laying the groundwork for a collaborative endeavor between two teams at Genentech
Faced with a collaborative endeavor between a User Team and Engineering Team, with both groups sharing accountabilities, getting to know one another and solidifying communication practices was of utmost importance. The two teams needed to ensure smooth cooperation on their project such that good manufacturing practices and commercial production were maintained and improved upon.