Other Desired Qualifications

  • Positive outlook on life.

  • MUST have a sense of humor.

  • Looking to make a difference in the world.

  • Enjoy a challenging work environment with great opportunities for professional growth.

  • Be willing and able to assist with a variety of other duties that may arise.

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This questionnaire is a straightforward diagnostic tool for helping you evaluate your team's susceptibility to the five dysfunctions.

 

At the end of the questionnaire, there is a simple explanation of how to tabulate the results, discussing discrepancies in the responses and identifying any clear implications for the team.

Instructions: Use the scale below to indicate how each statement applies to your team. It is important to evaluate the statements honestly and without over-thinking your answers.

1. How many IT leaders has your company had in the last 5 years?

2. How many IT staff has changed in the past 2 years?

3. How many digital platforms (e.g. Great plains Dynamics, Oracle, SAP, Quickbooks, Email) are you hosting on-premise or a private data center?

4. Do you feel IT's role should be

5. How closely does your current IT team match your vision of IT operations? (5 being yes)

6. Are parts of your current overall IT strategy not quite clear?

7. When new IT leaders came on, were there dramatic changes in