The five dysfunctions of a team

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"The five dysfunctions of a Team" is a very powerful and popular model of Teamwork (or rather: Teamwork as it should not be) by Patrick Lencioni. This session will explain the model, how today’s agile processes already prevent those dysfunctions and moreover what you can do to overcome them.

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The five dysfunctions of a team

  1. 1. Dominik Jungowski // CHIP OnlineFive dysfunctions of a team
  2. 2. I understand the dysfunctions © Emily Johnson
  3. 3. I have some new ideas © Emily Johnson
  4. 4. I want to challenge my team © Emily Johnson
  5. 5. @djungowskiAgile Coach at CHIP Online Hobby DJ niknovo.com
  6. 6. Absence of Trust
  7. 7. trust the belief that sb/sth is good, sincere, honest, etc. and willnot try to harm or deceive you © Honou
  8. 8. © rayand
  9. 9. © John Pozadzides
  10. 10. Building trustPersonal historiesBehavorial profiling © Jonni
  11. 11. Source: comingsoon.net
  12. 12. Fear of conflictAbsence of Trust
  13. 13. © rayand
  14. 14. „There was a climate in the last few months, where everyone counted as a naysayer, who clearly addressed a problem.“Image Source: berlin-airport.de
  15. 15. „The answers that were given, were always combined with an all-clear“ Source: berlin-airport.de
  16. 16. © The Daily Sports Herald
  17. 17. „Politics is when people choose theirwords and actions based on how they want others to react rather than based on what they really think“ - Patrick Lencioni, The five dysfunctions of a team
  18. 18. (Re-)FormingPerforming Storming Norming
  19. 19. Uncomfortable
  20. 20. Mastering conflictConflict profilingConflict normingConflict mining © Ed Yourdon
  21. 21. Lack of commitment Fear of conflict Absence of Trust
  22. 22. commitmentthe willingness to work hard and give your energy and time to a job or an activity © Honou
  23. 23. ClarityDisagree and commit
  24. 24. First team / second team
  25. 25. Cascadingcommunication
  26. 26. Avoidance of accountabilityLack of commitment Fear of conflict Absence of Trust
  27. 27. accountable (to sb) (for sth)responsible for your decisions or actions and expected to explain them when you are asked © Honou
  28. 28. Inattention to results Avoidance of accountabilityLack of commitment Fear of conflict Absence of Trust
  29. 29. „We have seen it in the past now and then, that it isn‘t always the deserved winner holding the cup.“ © Markus Unger
  30. 30. Focus on results © camknows
  31. 31. Source: reallifecoaching.net
  32. 32. Don‘t be a lemming!
  33. 33. © Mikhail Vasilyev
  34. 34. Patrick Lencioni: The five dysfunctions of a team
  35. 35. Patrick Lencioni: Overcomingthe five dysfunctions of a team
  36. 36. Esther Derby, Diana Larsen: Agile Retrospectives
  37. 37. Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, James Macanufo: Game Storming
  38. 38. Jurgen Appelo: Management 3.0
  39. 39. Eberhard Stahl: Dynamik in Gruppen

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