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Team Development Techniques for Goal Processing

To develop their goal processing patterns with a team, the following possibilities are conceivable:

Initially, it is important that the team actually knows the difference between problem and interest orientation and its significance, and that they can discuss it together.
With regard to interest orientation, one can undertake a stakeholder analysis. This can, in a second step, lead to the setting up of a stakeholder-management.
With regard to problem orientation, an impact analysis can be produced, about how one’s own solutions can affect the solutions of others.
Occasionally, it requires the development of competences in negotiation and conflict management.
Goal processing always means using resources, as well. Therefore, this can be reflected upon, optimised and re-focused. Here one can possibly also expose existing competence deficiencies.
The meeting structure and the meeting cycle can be examined for dysfunctionalities.