Trek Roles


Trek Roles


 

Why Traditional Roles Aren’t Enough


When organisations create teams to implement major changes or deliver new initiatives, they tend to default to traditional project roles: project manager, change manager, enterprise architect etc. There isn’t always a good understanding of what actual work these people need to perform, nor the type of person required in this role.

We don’t box J1ers in with traditional job titles like project manager or business analyst – instead, we’ve created ‘Trek Roles’. These roles are based on people’s strengths, expertise, and cultural fit with the client and journey in question.

Creating our teams this way helps our people to grow and reach their full potential, and ensures that our clients get a team ideally suited to their journey.

 

Why Traditional Roles Aren’t Enough


When organisations create teams to implement major changes or deliver new initiatives, they tend to default to traditional project roles: project manager, change manager, enterprise architect etc. There isn’t always a good understanding of what actual work these people need to perform, nor the type of person required in this role.

We don’t box J1ers in with traditional job titles like project manager or business analyst – instead, we’ve created ‘Trek Roles’. These roles are based on people’s strengths, expertise, and cultural fit with the client and journey in question.

Creating our teams this way helps our people to grow and reach their full potential, and ensures that our clients get a team ideally suited to their journey.




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