We’re going to consider Co-Acting Groups versus Work Teams by asking a few simple questions. What type of team are you dealing with? What type of team are you being asked to manage? What type of team are you being asked to create?
Honest answers to these questions will make your job as an intelligence team leader much easier to execute.
However, research and experience have identified 5 conditions which may increase the probability that these Work Teams may perform more effectively. So, if I’m asked to come in and set up an intelligence team, I’ve got 5 questions in my head that I want to ask. I know that both perspectives – cognitive and social – both have merit.
Now, which one do I want to choose? Let’s find out by asking these five questions.
Building an Intelligence Team: Co-Acting Groups vs. Work Teams
Video Blog Series
This video (part 4 of 7) was recorded on July 15, 2022, while teaching the Certified Threat Intelligence Analysis Manager course to a corporate client. The specific content of the video was taken from Domain 14 of the CTIAM course, “Considerations for Creating an Intelligence Team.”
The remaining videos in this series will be recordings taken from the same domain and are being disseminated to the public with the permission of the client and Phase2 Advantage Cybersecurity.
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