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Teams And People, TAP PDF Print E-mail
Written by Peter Philip Jacobsen   
Aug 25, 2005 at 03:51 AM
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Teams And People, TAP
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An "Effective Teams" Simulation
TAP™ is an integral part of a coach-instructed learning process (seminar or Internet).
It illustrates Events, Best Practices and Key Success-Factors of a project from start to finish. The focus is on the behavioural aspects of Project Teams, e.g. Stakeholder Management and criteria for Effective Teams. TAP provides a realistic insight in successful Project Leadership and creates the 'Ah-Ha' points that participants can use in their own commercial reality with immediate effect.

Logistics: Up to 24 seminar participants are divided into teams of 3. Over 2-3 days each Team will run the simulation as a case study in several rounds and with comprehensive feedback. This is interspersed with other Learning Material, Presentations, Team Discussions, Plenary Reviews and Action Plans. Comparing and discussing Team decisions is essential for optimum learning. In case of Internet implementation, the focus must be on establishing a discussion forum and a well-defined coaching process. Despite comprehensive feedback TAP™ should NOT be used as pure e-Learning. 


How can it be adapted?
Through the ISM™, modification is possible in minutes, e.g.: 
- a scenario may not suit a given culture;
- specific learning objectives are required; 
- a shorter version is needed;
- execution logistics must be altered;

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