Teambook is the third piece of the puzzle

According to Stanford researcher BJ Fogg, three things are needed in order for behavioral change to take place:
And on-going "triggers" - insistence and reminders.
During team development and/or other forms of training, motivation and ability are often things that are created. But as time passes, so do these new behaviours - pushed aside by habits and routines already in place.

This is where Teambook comes into the picture.
By following up, supporting, reminding and measuring, the triggers that are neccessary in order to create development and make it long-term sustainable, are created - as a part of an every-day culture.

Teambook is digital and is in line with the analog work done by consultants, HR specialists, educators and others who contribute to energy change.

Here is a scientific article about the Fogg Behavior Model:
Fogg Behavior Model.pdf (548.04 K)

Ten reasons to use Teambook

It creates a high level of efficiency. Numerous teams that use Teambook increase their measurable cooperative efficiency by ten per cent.
It creates a long-range view and sustainable effects from the efforts. Teambook supports new behaviour to become new habits, and to become part of the culture.
Teambook makes behavioral change possible to follow up and it makes sure that important issues are kept alive.
Teambook puts the responsibility on "the right lap". The team needs to make a change if a change is to be made.
Teambook creates activity. You can't think change - you have to do it.
Teambook makes it easy to monitor the team, coach and and put in the right type of support at the right time.
Teambook is tailor-made for each team, with suitable follow-ups and services.
Teambook contributes to measurability and openness in transformation processes.
Teambook moves the development effort from the conference room to the everyday worklife.
Teambook is a cloud-based service that works on all platforms - the web, your tablet or your phone, either as an online service or as an application.