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Creating High Performing Teams in an Agile Context
 

Creating High Performing Teams in an Agile Context

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Great individuals are important but not enough (having bunch of great individuals in a group does not make a team). Cross Functional teams are important but not enough. Great company vision is ...

Great individuals are important but not enough (having bunch of great individuals in a group does not make a team). Cross Functional teams are important but not enough. Great company vision is important but not enough. Great technical best practices like a good CI environment is good, but not enough either.

In my presentation I will show you when having cross-functional teams is not enough anymore. There are several aspects that need to be considered in order to create High Performing Teams. I will explain the right way to assemble teams, and how to create the team vision that fosters growth and keeps them on track. I will also explain the different phases of a team and how they relate to scrum practices, i.e. when you teach what and when, and last but not least…how to help teams to spread knowledge amongst themselves.

Do you want to know how all of these and other small pieces come together in order to create High Performing Teams? Come and see my talk "How to Create High Performing teams".

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  • “How many of you actually have a team that can release software development”
  • How many scrum masters do you know that were Project managers and they did not have much training to change to Scrum Master
  • How many of you work in the company that management says that everyone is selfempowered but basically they cannot even approve their own holidazs
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Creating High Performing Teams in an Agile Context Creating High Performing Teams in an Agile Context Presentation Transcript

  • MakingYour Company Strong, Agile and Lean
  • Luis Gonçalves https://www.facebook.com/lmsgoncalves http://www.lmsgoncalves.com @lgoncalves1979 Esther Derby Foreword
  • High PerformingTeams in an Agile Context
  • Break Silos – Cross Functional teams
  • Servant Leader
  • Self EmpoweredTeams
  • BestTechnical Practices Unit Testing Refactoring BDD Code Review ATDD CI TDD Pair Programming Design Patterns
  • FantasticTeam Members
  • Petr is great but… I am Portuguese :P
  • Is this enough to create an ATeam?
  • Fundamental…
  • But not enough…
  • We are just in the beginning…
  • Let me tell you a story
  • Purpose
  • Autonomy
  • Mastery
  • Let me tell you another story
  • 82% An Industry week survey showed: of the respondents said that their performance reviews were not effective “Ratee Preferences Concerning Performance Management andAppraisal.” Human Resource Development Quarterly,Vol. 8, pp. 315–33.
  • Society for Human Resources Management of performance reviews systems are not successful
  • of H.R professionals said they were very unsatisfied with their performance management systems Aon Consulting and the Society of Human Resources Management
  • The worst is still to come…
  • Performance Appraisals are incompatible with Agile Mind Set AgileThinking Performance Appraisals Empower People Forced Process CollaborativeTeams Individual Accountability Unleash Intrinsic Motivation Motivate with Incentives Respect Diversity One size fit all Emerging Structures Controlling structures Just inTime Annual event Approach Improve Process Rely on Inspections/MBO Improve the whole system Improve the parts Coens,Tom; Jenkins, Mary (2002-10-12). Abolishing Performance Appraisals
  • Get Rid of Performance Appraisals
  • Get rid of monetary incentives
  • Vision “Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes does not mean he lacks vision” Stevie Wonder
  • Values Trust Responsive Purpose FocusTransparency Creative Communication Quality Driven Mastery Respect TEAMWORK Supportive Courage Learning
  • Collaborative Intention
  • Truthfulness
  • Self Accountability
  • Self Awareness and Awareness of Others
  • Working Agreements
  • Problem Solving
  • Continuous Improvement
  • How does it come together…
  • Road Map for High Performance
  • Press Release
  • Vision… by every check in
  • CoreValues
  • Focus Commitment Courage OpennessRespect Vision… by every check in
  • Guiding Principles
  • Focus Commitment Courage OpennessRespect Collaborative Intention Truthfulness SelfAccountability SelfAwareness and Awareness of Others Problem Solving and Negotiation Nothing is impossible Keep always a Green Build Learning newThings We improve continuously Vision… by every check in
  • Get a copy for yourself… http://bit.ly/HighPerfTeams
  • References
  • Thank you