In today's commercial world, the status quo is not enough. Companies need to excel in what they do, or fall by the wayside. And today, more than ever, the path to successful products is not just through technical prowess, but through florishing teams.
Great teams take pride in their work and continually search for self-improvement. They show empathy both within the team and towards business and end users, and an understanding of the bigger picture that helps them focus on delivering high quality features that matter sooner.
A great teams culture cannot be imposed, but it can be fostered and grown. And, like any other environmental factor, culture can be an enabler or a hinderence. In this talk, John looks at organisations that have succeeded in building cultures where team members florish, as well as a few spectacular failures. More importantly, John discusses what goes into making a great team culture, as well as some practical tips on what you can do to improve your own team.