To strengthen competitiveness in a sustainable and measurable way
Many managers lead their companies focusing solely on parameters such as sales, productivity and profitability. Yet many psychological factors are equally crucial to realise the full potential of a company.
What makes a successful team?
The psychology behind Echometer
Studies have examined in detail what makes successful, agile teams, and have thereby identified key preconditions for this.
As a spin-off of the psychological faculty of the University of Münster, we have broken down these constructs into concrete, tangible anchors of behavior.
These behavioral anchors will help you to reflect and develop your working methods in a targeted manner.
Example: Behavioral Anchor from the "Psychological Security" Model
- In our team we are able to bring problems to the fore.
- It is difficult to ask for help in our team.
- Nobody on this team would deliberately act in a way that would undermine my efforts.
Echometer in practice
What effects does Echometer have on teams and companies? Shopware AG has rolled out Echometer across the company. You can find the case study here.
Why should you start with Retros now?
Regardless of whether your team works with Scrum, Scrumban or another methodology, retrospectives should be central to how you work. Retros make it possible to continually review and develop collaboration within your team.
What makes us unique?
Echometer provides everything you need to develop your teams successfully.
Echometer measures and improves the most important factors for a healthy and efficient corporate culture.
Managers often don't want to admit it, but studies show:
Only 15% of employees in Germany are really committed
Efficient personnel management
Employee surveys & 360º feedback conducted using Echometer minimizes the workload for human resources.
Strengthen the feedback and error culture in organisations, laying the foundations for innovation and initiating a change process.
A good corporate culture is the currency of the new world of work, with studies showing that these factors are increasingly important to graduates.