Project Team Zero

What would it mean for your company if every one of your project teams were a zero?

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Leadership Tools: Project Team Zero. Zero-Accidents and Zero-Fade and Delighted Customer is the Perfect Project.
  • Tightly bonded together through a strong culture of trust and caring about each other ensuring that everyone came home safe every day.  
  • Relentless attention to detail ensuring that there all gaps are found and closed early.  
  • Each individual on the team confident in themselves and handling their areas of responsibility while being open to quality control checks and feedback further ensuring that nothing gets missed. 
  • Everyone on the team knowing that their team is just one part of the whole value stream that enables the project to be designed, built then maintained for the benefit of the end-users.  

What would it be worth to have Project Team Zero? 

What would it be worth to have a talent development system that could recruit then develop more Project Team Zeros?  


Schedule a call to learn more about how we help contractors recruit then develop Project Team Zero.




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