In Part 2 of our "collaboration" series, agile42 coach Mariet Visser, provides her take on the new collaborative environment we're finding ourselves in. Collaboration is a skill we constantly need to work at and is something which evolves over time. As our context and the people with whom we work shifts, so does how we collaborate. Collaboration heavily relies on trust and our ability to be open & honest with one another; something that can be much more difficult to achieve in a virtual setting.
Executive Agile Coach, Andrea Tomasini, was invited by "The Product Bakery Podcast" to do a podcast on leadership mindset development. In this episode, Andrea shares his deep experience and best practices on Agile transitions, the challenges one faces and what companies and leaders can do to better manage uncertainty.
Regina Martins, kicks off the first of a 2 part series on "collaboration". She believes collaboration isn't just a learned skill, instead it requires an intimate knowledge of our own defensive behaviours. By being self-aware we can recognise when our behaviour is creating blockers to forming collaborative relationships. She will be tapping into 50 of these defensive behaviours in her webinar later this month.
The Drama Triangle is a model that will assist you, the Team Coach or Scrum Master, understand how the team member is possibly dealing with the conflict within the team or any given scenario.
I love the way Claudette Moore sums up what a self-organised team is all about: Self Organised is the capacity you have as a team