Three Tools for Conflict Resolution in Scrum Teams - A Story of Effective Scrum Mastering
Have you wondered how to resolve conflicts meaningfully? Do you think handling conflicts within the team is a dirty part of your job? Do you want to avoid conflicts in Team by design? If yes, my personal experiences could help you.
Join me in exploring how I used the following practices to address the team conflicts and what I learned from them.
1. Personal Maps
2. Moving Motivators
3. Working Agreements
Outline/Structure of the Presentation
3 tools to resolve conflicts.
Anybody who is curious
Prerequisites for Attendees
An Open mind
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