A productive team has clear goals and achieves these goals through the optimum use of resources. The goals are known and accepted by everyone in the team.
Everybody knows their “key areas”: Areas within which results are to be achieved.
Priorities and deadlines are under control. Everybody knows which tasks they are to perform and by when, in order to achieve the goals.
Activities are co-ordinated, so everybody pulls together in the same direction.
Time is spent on the important things – the things that create results. People do not just talk about things – they do something about them.
A team with good relations is a team in which the members are happy and inspired to do their best:
A team with a high quality level has clear quality goals which are known and accepted by its members.
The team always achieves the overall performance demanded and expected by other people and by the team members themselves.
Everybody is committed to the quality process.