Developing High Productive Teams
What makes some teams capable of generating and sustaining high-velocity, unparalleled, relentless improvement and innovation?
We will talk about fundamental principles by which such acceleration occurs, give examples of those principles in practice, and give participants an opportunity to test how those principles can be applied and translated to their own work.
Outline/structure of the Session
Introduction to concept - 5 mins
Four key principles/capabilities -
Discover Problems - 10 mins
Solve Problems - 10 mins
Spread Discovery - 5 mins
Lead - 5 mins
Group exercises - Apply principles - 10 mins
Conclude - 5 min
Create an team where work is done by harnessing the best-known approaches available
Solve problems as they arise and to develop new understanding that prevents the problems from recurring
Multiply the impact of knowledge sharing by making them useful systemically throughout the team
Lead an team where discovery is encouraged, supported, and promoted at all times
Complete team including Scrum Master, Project Manager, Team Member
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