Team development

In order to develop successful (project-) teams, it is necessary to deploy different characters. Heterogeneous teams have more synergy potential than homogeneous ones. However, people who are very different often do not understand one another. Their varying motivations and values in particular have great potential for conflict. The W.E.R.T. model helps you and your team utilise this variety and reduce conflicts. Thus, a performing team motivated to cooperate arises out of a normal grouping. Naturally, this principle does not only apply within a team. The W.E.R.T. model is also a very useful instrument for cooperation between teams.

The W.E.R.T. team analysis and team development shows me:

  • which motivations and values drive the employees in my team;
  • which staff respond particularly well to which management style;
  • which employees get on particularly well and where potential conflict lies;
  • how I can better match the team members up with one another;
  • how I can use synergies from the cooperation between different characters;
  • how I can support my team to appreciate the different values present;
  • for which tasks and projects my team (or parts of it) are particularly suited;
  • which measures are suitable to significantly increase the team’s willingness and capacity to perform;
  • how I can close recognised gaps (too little differentiation);
  • how I can continuously develop my team further;
  • how I can therefore significantly increase my management performance and efficiency.

Other areas of application for the W.E.R.T. model: