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Let them know

Consider letting people know when you are changing your approach, some might appreciate knowing that you intend on doing so

On
17 January 2015
In
Coaching, Transition
Tags
agile management, self organizing teams

An Agile Transition can be a difficult thing for those that have previously been responsible for direction or closely monitoring people’s activities. Often, new techniques and approaches need to be learned and practiced.

Even with the most co-operative person trying to make this change can be difficult. I often hear talk of uncooperative managers or middle managers and wonder if they have been given a fair chance to succeed in the new approach.

This is just one example, but you’ll see the same could apply to many situations.

I describe the situation as “Let them Know”.

Here’s ...

Scrumtisch June 2010

Scrum: How to create a high performance environment

On
18 May 2010
In
Scrumtisch Berlin
Tags
management, product owner, scrum, scrum berlin, scrummaster, scrumtisch, self organizing teams

Hello :-)

At the Scrumtisch in June, Bent Myllerup will talk about:

"How to create a high performance environment"

This presentation is covering systemic and appreciative approaches to foster team identity towards the high performing stage. He has done it at several occasions. The last time was for the Atlanta Scrum User Group last August

I am looking forward to see you there. Please let me know as usual :-)

Marion

Date: 29th June 2010
Time: 18:30 Uhr
Place: La Vecchia Trattoria, Niederbarnimstraße 25, 10247 Berlin

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