Why isn’t my team self-organizing? 5 practical techniques for promoting strong Agile teams

In today's IT industry, Agile methodology has become a household word. My 6th grader talks about Agile principles that they learnt in elementary school. Self-organizing teams is one of the principles of Agile methodology. Yet, time and again, I hear Scrum Masters and Agile teams doubt the existence of these said "self-organizing" teams. Can teams really self-organize? What do self-organizing teams look like? What process should I follow to make my team self-organizing? Join me for a talk to decide for yourself.

 
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Introduction

Self-organizing teams - definition 

How to do that?

What would it look like?

Learning Outcome

Tips and tricks to try with your teams

References from industry leaders for further reading

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Agile Team Members, Managers

Prerequisite

Bring your stories and questions.

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