A group of people united for a common goal is, by definition, a team.
How this team is organized and the actions and structures it must undertake to reach said goal will be the visible part of the process.
In parallel with the construction of this visible body, an analogous process begins to develop, a process that will depend not so much on the rules but on how said rules are conveyed, understood and carried out by each of its members. And this part, not usually agreed upon, and in a manner of speaking, invisible, will be decisive when it comes to satisfying the goals efficiently and with care.
The most effective methods for managing human teams, such as Agile and Scrum, are increasingly leaning toward the open management of information, but how can we get information from invisible structures? How to share information that isn’t available?
The ORSC program for Organizational and Relational System Coaching develops a methodological base, tools and exercises that allow the facilitator or coach to access this invisible body, the culture of the organizational or relational system and make it explicit such that the people who make up the body are aware of their impact and responsibility.
Revealing hidden structures, unmet needs, ghost roles, secret agendas and toxic communication patterns is an effective way to build trust and optimize efforts, as well as to create healthy and efficient production and creation spaces.