Build Your Dream Team

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In the early stages, startups typically comprise small, dynamic teams.

However, it's crucial for these teams to prepare for significant growth and changes. This preparation involves establishing a flexible structure with clear roles and responsibilities, capable of integrating additional team members smoothly, while managing to avoid conflicts, dissatisfaction and inefficiencies. That's what teamdecoder is for.


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Meet teamdecoder – your go-to tool for clearing up roles and responsibilities, whether you're a founder or leader. With teamdecoder, everyone on your team knows who's doing what, why and with whom. Plus, they'll be crystal clear on what's expected of them. The result? Fewer conflicts, less miscommunication, and reduced turnover.

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Voilà what teamdecoder helps you with:

current roles:

Identifying who is responsible for what.

Planning for
future expansion:

Determining which roles will be needed and can be filled later.

Structuring freelance involvement:

Establishing clear guidelines and expectations for freelancers.

Preparing for
new hires:

Helping you create detailed profiles for future team members.

Here is a more detailed startup scenario for you in our Knowledge Base:

How to build your team inside teamdecoder:

1. Distinct Role Definition
2. Future Role Tagging
3. Task Ownership

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mytpt explained in simple words:

MyTeamPlanningTool (mytpt) is an online tool for department heads and team coaches.

What's the benefit?

Clarity and transparency on who does what, why and with whom

For teams with strategic challenges, need for restructuring and/or conflicts

What do I use it for?

To build, document and develop (new) organizational structures with teams, roles and connections.

7 color coded lists, kanban style:

1x people

4x roles

2x circles

mytpt’s magic lies in its Focus Modes

FOCUS MODE lets you build TEAMS out of ROLES and puts them into REPORTS for PEOPLE

Are you facing one or more of these questions?

  • The pandemic hit, everyone left to do home office or work from a remote location. Now some of them come back, some stay away, some come in sometimes .... Seems a little difficult to manage and clarity is needed!
  • My team grew and grew - somehow the structure does not make sense anymore
  • We are doing so many new things and hired new specialists, our structure does not reflect the needs or even reality anymore
  • all these new specialists know their subjects much better than their bosses - how can I get them away from "Command & Control" leadership styles?
  • We are ready for more "Frame & Trust" - but how and where to set these frames??
  • How can I help my team to be better connected and stay that way? Inside and to the outside ...
  • Why can't the way we organize develop together with what we do?
  • The job descriptions that we have today have really no meaning at all. We use them once for hiring and then never again. Why can't they develop with the work and the people?
  • Our (sub)departments are not helping us in our daily business. Can't I just "delete" them?
  • We are bad at managing projects and clarifying roles and responsibilities. How and where can we define and live all that?
  • Do I really need to create a new level in the hierarchy pyramid?
  • Or: We definitely have too many hierarchy levels! What can we do?

Well, I have heard these and similar questions over and over again, which made me think 2 things:

a) We need new ideas for structuring teams and
b) We need a good tool to do that!

in mytpt ...

  • ... all necessary roles, teams and connections are built and developed.
  • ... everything you discuss about "who does what" is always documented.
  • ... all team members can check what is expected from them at all times.