Facilitating truly effective "Individuals and Interactions"
The Agile Manifesto is largely predicated on communication within the project context. Truly effective communication is a function of trust and empathy.
This presentation shows the use of a behavioral assessment model in the context of “individuals and interactions”. We first trace the formation of a behavioral-type (or pattern) and then see typical behaviors exhibited by the 15 types identified by the model. We examine the role of behavioral-pattern in creating trust within the team.
Following this we examine the response of each personality-type to "change". As agile coaches, we have noticed that the response to the change varies from active-support to passive-resistance to active-resistance. We use the DISC model the interpret the reasons for the response.
Finally, we try to interpret behavior of the "team" using the DISC model.
Outline/structure of the Session
Presentaion of the DISC model
Brief History and Application
Relevance Within the Agile Context
Developing a functional appreciation of a framework to interpret the behavior of individuals and the “team as an entity”
A very interesting perspective of making change happen based on the personality-type of individuals
Tips and techniques to make the “message of change” more acceptable
Scrum Masters, Project Managers, Product Owners, Agile practitioners and "the whole team"
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