One Community Project Teams
Project Teams are the organizational groups we use to collaborate on the various developing components of One Community. The effectiveness of these teams is maintained through a culture of ‘how can I help’ and ‘build on top of’ to keep us functioning efficiently and effectively. This page describes the function and structure of Project Teams.
COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION ● WELCOME TEAMS ● POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Project Teams are formed as needed to complete Work Breakdown Structure action items. When new people join One Community, they either work independently or are added to a Project Team. Here is an overview of One Community’s project team management structure, organization, and function:
PROJECT TEAM FACILITATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Project Team Facilitators are selected based their understanding of the One Community project as a whole, experience, and ongoing ability to lead their project. Duties of the Project Team Facilitator include:
- Coordination of Project Team Projects with all project team members
- Ongoing review and feedback on all Project Team Project work
- Coordinate and facilitate Project Team group calls as needed
- Provide updates on weekly calls with the entire team (or delegate these updates)
PROJECT TEAM: MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
SELF-EVALUATION: Are projects on track to meet deadlines?
- Am I and all Project Team members meeting our minimum hourly commitments?
- Am I effectively coordinating action?
- Unclear goals? (–> seek clarity)
- Lacking expertise? (–> action item to bring in necessary help)
- Timelines unrealistic? (–> request new timelines)
- Team cohesion/interpersonal dynamics? (–> feedback format, seek external assistance)
- Additional support for Project Teams: Are we being effective?
- If necessary adjustments/changes as appropriate:
- In project goals
- In team facilitator
- In team members