What is people process technology framework?
The people process technology framework is a four part model that focuses on understanding how people converse, collaborate and work together. It was first develop by Peter Guber in 2007 and it has since been in use extensively. The framework is based on conversations, which are the foundation of all business activities. The model includes conversations that take place in both structured and unstructured situations to get the conversation started.
So what’s it good for?
For starters, it helps businesses understand how to create more productive conversations that lead to better collaboration between employees (and customers). Using the This Technology Framework helps companies make better decisions before embarking on projects or creating products because they can see their overall success rate increase with this method.
What are the issues related to people process technology framework?
For starters, it’s an extremely complex framework to master because it involves a lot of moving parts. It takes a lot of practice and sweat equity to understand how the pieces fit together and how they all work.
What’s this webinar all about?
In this webinar, you’re going to get a crash course in this Technology Framework. You’ll learn what it is, why it’s important to businesses today and how companies are using it to improve internal and external communications so that their employees – and their customers – can better collaborate with one another. We’re also going to look at the reasoning behind the model and its inherent value in fostering growth within organizations.
Is this company worth investing on?
Company of the week is a series that revolves around people process technology frameworks. For example, last Thursday we introduced you to a company called Empower People. Empower People was founded by two senior colleagues of Peter Guber’s (CEO). They wanted to make the framework more accessible for businesses so that they could better communicate with their employees and customers.
People Process Technology Framework has a lot of moving parts. It’s crucial to understand how each piece works before you dive in. For example, what’s the difference between “Structured Conversations” and “Unstructured Conversations?” If you don’t understand how they work separately, you’ll never be able to master how they work together. Next week, I’ll dig into the details of what exactly Structured Conversations are and why they’re important to businesses today.