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Agile software development depends on individuals working collaboratively with each other and their customers. However, you may find that for one reason or another people in your organisation are......

Agile software development depends on individuals working collaboratively with each other and their customers. However, you may find that for one reason or another people in your organisation are reluctant to rely upon one another to get work done. Come to this hands-on workshop session to explore issues that get in the way of collaboration. Pick up some ideas on how to improve that you can take back and try with your team.

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  • 1. Pulling Together as a Team Rachel.Davies@UnrulyMedia.com @rachelcdavies
  • 2. Agile Coach at Unruly
  • 3. Who’s Here?
  • 4. Workshop Reminder: This is a workshop session
  • 5. Enjoyed working in a Enjoy working in a team?team?
  • 6. Business Benefits?• Flexibility• Less dependency on key people• Reduced timescale• Employee retention• …?
  • 7. FrustrationsFrustrationsWhat makes team workdifficult?
  • 8. Set for success?
  • 9. Sustainable pace?
  • 10. Trust Factors T = (C + R + I ) / S Where: •Credibility •Reliability •Intimacy •Self-orientation Book: “The Trusted Advisor” by Maister, Green, & Galford
  • 11. Things we try
  • 12. Visible Work
  • 13. Focus Efforts
  • 14. Pair to Learn
  • 15. Team Agreements
  • 16. Social time •Eat lunch together • Share work stories • Play games
  • 17. Ask for Help
  • 18. ExerciseExercise
  • 19. Force Field Analysis Desired change from current state
  • 20. Confidence to Collaborate Pulling together as a team
  • 21. Your ideas?
  • 22. Thank you rachel.davies@unrulymedia.comhttp://www.unrulymedia.com/talent/