Resources, tools and publications
As a business, we are continually interested in new thinking and research. Here you will find downloadable case studies, tools and guidance to help your project team.
Early warning through stakeholder communications
Changing Behaviours in Construction: a complement to the Construction Playbook
Bent, but not broken - a model for team resilience
A guide for team leaders and managers who recognise the need to reinforce their teams’ ability to withstand pressure and improve resilience.
The Project Leaders’ Guide to Successful Joint Venture Project Teams
This paper looks at group dynamics and the forces that shape behaviours when separate ‘tribes’ try to work together towards a common goal.
Whitepaper: What do you want to learn?
A systemic perspective on stakeholder communication and risk mitigation on major capital projects in the Higher Education sector.
Team Development Tool: Strategy Canvas
perspective across the project.
Building collaborative teams is an essential component in the delivery of complex projects. A resource for team leaders and project managers, the Team Coaching Toolkit website will give you some tools and techniques to help coach your team to success.
In a fast changing world, large organisations are increasingly engaged in projects and initiatives that are strategically critical. Such projects are likely to involve hundreds of people from different parts of the organisation working as cross-functional groups. The...
Projects often start with positive intentions, especially if you hold a good kick-off workshop which generates lots of ideas and action plans, and the team leave the event feeling energised and hopeful. Pretty soon, however, the reality of delivery kicks in and all...
Purpose: Tap into your team's potential to solve complex problems Time required: Initial half-day workshop, then interim follow-up work over the next six months The theory behind the resource: The traditional approach to problem-solving on large projects is to rely on...
Major projects are typically fraught with issues and problems. Teams are generally set up with the resources to solve day to day difficulties. It is why most of us like working on projects. What happens, however, when you have to rely on another team to find the...
How many of the meetings that you attended in the last month had a focused and clear agenda, ran to time, and sought a useful contribution from each of the attendees? How many of those meetings had attendees who then agreed and noted down a set of actions? From the...
ResoLex is an independent consultancy specialising in collaborative working, risk monitoring, and stakeholder engagement. We see projects comprising of three primary areas of expertise; technical, commercial, and social. The social element is often ignored by project...
ResoLex associate, Fiona Hiscocks from Thrive Change explains how stories connect project team members and align the team for high performance.