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CORONA INSIGHTS

THAT HELP YOUR TEAM

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Team members

must feel a necessity

If you want to make a change, the team members must feel the need to do so. So make sure that the team members can build a bond between the problem and the solution. For example, if you want to do a daily stand-up and the team members don’t like this, let them feel that they are losing control of what other team members are doing. This creates the connection between the need (we lose grip) and the measure (daily stand-up).

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Watch out for

understanding a change

There is a large group of people who understand the COVID-19 measures imposed by the government. In practice, however, only a small proportion actually adhere to it. So be careful that if everyone agrees with the measure, this does not mean that everyone actually adheres to it. If people do not feel the need, the willingness to implement the measure will also be low.

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Create habits

If you want to implement the change sustainably, it must become a habit. This is a matter of perseverance. The aforementioned stand-up can count on resistance again over time. After all, if everyone is aware, the feeling arises that the need is missing. Now it is a matter of perseverance and in no time everyone is in the stand-up because that is just the habit.

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Use the formula

dΔ = F(iD x D x iA)

Print out the formula and visibly hang it up if you often have to make changes. Of course you don’t have to do the calculation all the time. However, it is important that you take a good look at the components of the formula for your approach. If the 3 components (Inner Drive, Discipline and Internal Attribution) met, you can assume that you can bring sustainable change.

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Make sure you have

clear rules

It seems so simple, clear rules. No matter how well we try this in practice, there is always someone who has a different opinion. Make sure you are always clear in the measures that are taken. When a change has to take place and you want to do this on an empirical basis, make sure that you link an evaluation date to the measure. In this way it is clear that the opinions of others can be of influence, but are only taken into account at the time of evaluation.

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CORONA INSIGHTS

THAT HELP YOUR TEAM

Team members must feel a necessity

Watch out for understanding a change

Create habits

Use the formula dΔ = F(iD x D x iA)

Make sure you have clear rules

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