Batman or Justice League - A 10x developer or 100x scrum team
There are many discussions around 10x developers and the need to have one - 10x instead of a few average developers. But why do we limit ourselves to individual heroes when we can focus on building an entire team of 100x potential. Its not like we dont need the 10x developers - but our necessity lies in having the 10x build a 100x team. The building of such teams should start within the organization, from among are very good programmers, not necessarily a 10x. As we propagate in scrum - a cross functional team that creates a working software together, with key characteristics of accountability, ownership and self managing. building them with a 100x scrum team concept
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- What is a 10x developer
- Qualities of a 10x developer
- Moving from individuals to teams
- Key characteristics needed to be inculcated or identified in a 100x scrum team member
- Recipe to build a 100x scrum team
- Challenges to look out for
- Mindset change for the organization when it comes to a 100x scrum team -
- Focusing on the team and not individual heroes
- Building pride within teams
- Organizations focus/shift of mindset to long term investments - scrum team
- Leadership need to build the potential individuals into a 100x scrum team
- Quicker way to inculcate the characteristics of self managed, empowered, innovative scrum team
Developers, Scrum Masters, Managers, Leaders, Coaches
Prerequisites for Attendees
- Basic knowledge of Scrum and Agile
- Team Formation - Tuckman model
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