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Building Hyperproductive Agile Teams: Leveraging What Science Knows
 

Building Hyperproductive Agile Teams: Leveraging What Science Knows

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The key impediments that prevent many organizations from ever realizing the promise of agile and lean aren’t rooted in processes or tools. The impediments stem from the organization’s leaders. ...

The key impediments that prevent many organizations from ever realizing the promise of agile and lean aren’t rooted in processes or tools. The impediments stem from the organization’s leaders. Sharing an interdisciplinary overview of the most compelling science and research in the aspects of team performance, Michael DePaoli shows that it is largely ignored. Michael presents a holistic model for building lean/agile teams that combines what science knows enables teams to achieve that elusive state of “flow.” He describes the key external forces—safety for learning, team formation, team tasking, the motivational system, and leadership style—that affect an agile team’s ability to achieve flow. Learn the basics of this model and how Michael is applying it with clients today. Use this model to build your teams and drive agile at scale while evolving the broader organization to harness the promise of agile and lean product development.

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