Oct. 25, 2017

SUGSA Workshop: No one is as smart as all of us

Regina Martins will facilitate a special SUGSA workshop on rebooting collaboration, Thursday, October 26 in Cape Town

Research shows that the characteristics of, and conditions for, good collaboration are the same whether it is a Scrum team in a bank needing to collaborate with another team working in a waterfall way or a bunch of medical professionals needing to collaborate in the treatment of a person. The “how” of collaboration is context specific and this is where the differences lie.

These are the topics of the workshop that will be facilitated by Regina Martins at the Scrum User Group South Africa (SUGSA) meeting later this week in Cape Town.

This session is an experiential exploration of this hypothesis with people working in small groups on a specific collaboration issue of their choosing. They will leave with a variety of possible new ways to improve or reboot collaboration in their context which they can apply the next day.

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Alessio Bragadini

Web community manager of agile42, trying to post relevant, informational, fun bits of content on the blog and social networks
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