Multi-discipline Work Groups

Securing Commitment Among Multi-Discipline Work Groups

Groups separated by geography are but one challenge. So, today we’ll discuss tips for how to create commitment among multi-discipline work groups. Apply these tips when facilitating communication among work groups that are widely separated by geography. Frequent Integration Among Multi-Discipline Work Groups Very often, a work group comprises several small teams, each in separate locations.…

MG RUSH FAST Facilitation Leadership Weekly

Lunch and Learn: MG RUSH Structured Facilitation Gems or Takeaways

Prepared as a Lunch and Learn guide, you will find twelve FAST Structured Facilitation gems worth remembering. You will find them listed in alphabetical order, rather than order of importance. From the perspectives of curriculum developers, instructors, and students, please find the most significant learnings offered by the MG RUSH curriculum and structured facilitation technique. ONE:…

How to Facilitate Root Cause Analysis

How to Facilitate KPIs or Root Cause Analysis — an Ishikawa Diagram

You can facilitate KPI (Key Performance Indicators) during meetings by using root cause analysis. Also referred to as Ishikawa or “fishbone” diagrams, the method generates a visual mind map listing possible causes. Named after Professor Kaoru Ishakawa (University of Tokyo), he developed the root cause analysis method in 1945 to resolve steel production problems. Also known as “Fishbone”…