Role clarity is critical in the forming process of new project and bid teams. Project team members need to know what’s expected of them, where the boundaries are and what success looks like in order for them to feel safe in the team, empowered to make decisions and be pro-active.
This doesn’t mean that project team members adopt an ‘it’s not in my job description’ attitude, but rather empowers them to be more proactive as they are not confused as to where they should focus their efforts thus freeing up energy to be more productive.
Role clarity is a security need and is important for getting the basics right as a Project Director or AMT member when creating an environment for success. We cannot ask project team members to be committed and highly motivated if their security needs are not being met. Ensuring everyone is clear on both their role and what success looks like is a critical focus area for any Project Director or AMT member to create an environment of trust, teamwork and collaboration. Continue reading