7 Things: How to make good teams great

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Developing a product over years is a tough job. It is hard for the team to stay excited on a day to day basis. So how can you improve motivation and innovation of agile teams and still keep the focus …

Developing a product over years is a tough job. It is hard for the team to stay excited on a day to day basis. So how can you improve motivation and innovation of agile teams and still keep the focus on building a great product? I want to share with you how we at Atlassian used an agile approach to become one of the most successful developer tool companies in the world. This talk will cover topics like FedEx days, 20-percent time, keeping distraction away from developers, lunchtime talks, dogfooding and much more.

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  • 1. 7 Things:How to makegood Teamsgreat?Sven Peters - Atlassian@svenpet
  • 2. meThat‘s Sven Peters Atlassian Ambassador speters@atlassian.com @svenpet svenpet.com
  • 3. How to makeSoftware Teams great?
  • 4. How to makeAgile Teams great?
  • 5. How to makeGood Teams great?
  • 6. How to makeTeams great? you
  • 7. Beware!We‘reAustralian,mate!
  • 8. Programmers Heaven We kick ass Kick Ass Team Kick Ass Product
  • 9. Ch all eng ing iq ue hn MotivTec ation Improve Productive ovationTe Inn am si on P as
  • 10. d o i es anWh at m p C o
  • 11. i e s n a ? p is m th hy o C gWa d e in r o
  • 12. ge n a kB e h e c e t o e h u s y
  • 13. 7 Things:How to makegood Teamsgreat?
  • 14. 1 m e t i l ow ‘s F I t
  • 15. vs.
  • 16. Do not disturb Time
  • 17. Do not disturb the rest
  • 18. Reality Check: How easy is it to implement in a corporate environment? Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points: How great will your team be?
  • 19. 2 d you Fee Bra r in
  • 20. go toJfokus or another Conference Barcamp free - cheap or any other Open Space conf Jug free or any other User Group
  • 21. i ze a norg Coding Sessions
  • 22. e iz ano rg Brown Bags
  • 23. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 24. 3 Well done!Say:
  • 25. Appreciationalso ofsmall things
  • 26. Appreciationis important forhappiness
  • 27. Appreciationmadepublic
  • 28. Appreciationforeverybody
  • 29. Appreciationshould beeasy!
  • 30. Appreciationwithoutapproval
  • 31. „ Feel free to recognise someone for something awesome theyve done (no approval required!) To recognise a colleague, please click here. Atlassian Extranet
  • 32. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 33. 4 eport R obot
  • 34. i ld ta da w g ECSupem se ti n vpPhpome c le e A ustob l ‘r L VeW onr r co si e alludone b Testserver e FeuA ac t ou t podtem pT ic sl e f aeeliesan e B touT io lr t dcs s IRTime en ela afi dr ncsifse t ts c aa c ion aW SaC ti Sr iviews cCy TTewy s Performance omvi etss pl edm R e
  • 35. i ld or ts w at ed rep ‘re t au t om e ab ouW
  • 36. i ld ta a w a ri n g d ‘re bo ut sh e a„W An information radiator is a display posted in a place where people can see it as they work or walk by. It shows readers information they care about without having to ask anyone a question. Alistair Cockburn
  • 37. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 38. 5Eat your own Dog Food
  • 39. n g s t iTe
  • 40. e r t tB e
  • 41. lt suRe
  • 42. Eating your own Dog Foodis alpha testing
  • 43. Eating your own Dog Foodis understanding
  • 44. Eating your own Dog Foodis painful
  • 45. Eating your own Dog Foodis fast feedback
  • 46. Eating your own Dog Foodis less QA
  • 47. Eating your own Dog Foodis efficent work for QA
  • 48. ng di o o @ Atlassian gf oD
  • 49. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 50. 6 Experimentation Time
  • 51. MotivationthroughInnovation
  • 52. Whatyou need + + + =
  • 53. What you get +
  • 54. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 55. 20%7 Tim e % 0-2
  • 56. 20% Time Rules
  • 57. The real world
  • 58. Reality Check: Feasibility Points:Awesomeness Points:
  • 59. 1 It‘s Flowtime2 Feed your Brain 73 Say: “Well done“4 Report Robot5 Eat your own Dogfood6 Experimentation Time7 20% Time
  • 60. Try Fail!but don‘t be stupid!
  • 61. Measure!
  • 62. One Step at a time
  • 63. Differentbe
  • 64. Thanks We‘re hiring a lot svenpet.com/slides @svenpet