Each Chapter has one project lead (chapter manager) – 3 trainers and ideally 12 workers under them. It has so happened that since induction the 3 trainers have always worked together. They come to
What do you think went wrong?There were some significant issues which need to be addressed to tackle the situation. One was with planning the operation part and not intervening at the right moment as the project lead was not really active in understanding how the operation are moving one sided and how he will be unable to deliver results in the coming months.
Lack of team cohesion as 3 trainers and the project lead is working hand in hand, it is expected that they effectively as a team. They could have come up with a better plan or they could have come with solutions to tackle the issue of not delivering expected results through discussions rather than making them feel that the project
High dependency in the work culture - He failed to understand the
Trainers have been told since beginning that - they are being sent together to field only because they can learn from each other. One a monitoring or a review process was not set up to check to know if they are learning from each other or not.
Unplanned decision making– Project lead on realized on a final day that he will unable to deliver results if trainers go together. He also on a fine morning tells trainers not to go together. He should understand trainers are a huge investment the organization and each decision pertain to them will affect the work.
Lack of monitoring and evaluation - A system of M&E could have averted the situation.