Will my band stay together? lightning talk - agile2014

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  • You absolutely need conflict for successful teams. It’s the “storming” part of the Tuckman model. Teams have to pass through this.
  • You absolutely need conflict for successful teams. It’s the “storming” part of the Tuckman model. Teams have to pass through this.
  • You absolutely need conflict for successful teams. It’s the “storming” part of the Tuckman model. Teams have to pass through this.
  • You absolutely need conflict for successful teams. It’s the “storming” part of the Tuckman model. Teams have to pass through this.
  • It starts with making the collective values visible and developing working agreements from these values for where the team is now.
  • It starts with making the collective values visible and developing working agreements from these values for where the team is now.

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  • 1. Will my band (team) stay together? Mark Kilby July 29, 2014
  • 2. Short bio: Coaching since 2003 Agile Orlando
  • 3. Some teams I’ve worked with…
  • 4. In common?
  • 5. Forming Storming Normin g Performing Tuckman, 1965
  • 6. Forming Storming Normin g Performing Awesome, but temporary
  • 7. Forming Storming Normin g Performing When here …
  • 8. Forming Storming Normin g Performing How to get back here? When here …
  • 9. Instead of …
  • 10. Instead of …
  • 11. Ask questions for all to see…
  • 12. What’s In It For Me?
  • 13. Even better …
  • 14. What’s in it for each person to be part of the team?
  • 15. What do they want to Master?
  • 16. What’s in it for Us? https://www.flickr.com/photos/bernalredondo/6435762415/in/photostream/
  • 17. What’s In It For Us?
  • 18. What’s In It For Us?
  • 19. What’s in it for Others?
  • 20. What’s in it for Others?
  • 21. Image at http://makingmaps.net/2008/02/05/more- principles-of-map-design/ A framework of questions to keep asking
  • 22. Image at http://makingmaps.net/2008/02/05/more- principles-of-map-design/ WIIFMe? WIIFUs? WIIFOthers?
  • 23. Mark Kilby Agile Coach Mark@markkilby.com @mkilby– twitter Linkedin.com/in/mkilby http://markkilby.com Find out more in Open Jam or my blog THANKS! From https://tunessence.com/blog/finding-musicians-to-jam-with/