Collaboration is generally considered a net positive, and it’s supposed to be a key principle and strength of Agile. Yet, most Agile teams – even those that seem to work well together – don’t collaborate nearly enough, and thus don’t reach their full potential. It takes intention and effort to make real collaboration possible, let alone appealing and practical! (all the more so now that everyone’s working from home).
In this interactive talk, the author of “The Human Side of Agile” explains the not-so-short list of not-so-simple factors at play, and shares a process you can use for determining which actions would establish or increase collaboration in your team.
OUR SPEAKER, GIL BROZA
Gil Broza can help you increase organizational agility and team Gil Broza helps organizations increase their agility and team performance with minimal risk and thrashing. Close to 100 companies seeking Agile transformations, makeovers, or improvements have relied on his pragmatic, modern, and respectful support for customizing Agile in their contexts. His services include strategic assessments, Agile mind-set and skills training, key event facilitation, keynotes for internal conferences, and coaching at all organizational levels. He is the author of three acclaimed books, The Agile Mind-Set, The Human Side of Agile, and the ground-breaking new Agile for Non-Software Teams. Get a taste of his approach at 3PVantage.com/free_resources