Its official! Agile teams are high performing; they self-select, self-organize and self-regulate, high trust leads to phenomenal results. But there is another, almost sinister, side to the equation, something every business fears; that agile conceals or invites poor individual performance. This is the fear that stalls adaptions, discourages change, and causes behaviors to creep back towards command and control.
Despite Agile theories, teams can be surprisingly slow to call out negative behaviors. So how can you spot under performance in an agile environment? Perhaps even more challenging; how do you do something about it?