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

 
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Outline/Structure of the Presentation

Mind Map

Learning Outcome

3 tools to resolve conflicts.

Target Audience

Anybody who is curious

Prerequisites for Attendees

An Open mind

schedule Submitted 6 months ago

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  • Peter Stevens
    By Peter Stevens  ~  6 months ago
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    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • providing an mindmap or slides or a video of this or another workshop
    • cases where the tool didn't help or things could have gone or nearly did go wrong. 
    • how interactive is this? would it be better as workshop where people can actually use the tools or a presentation where you only talk about them?
    • Kiran Kashyap
      By Kiran Kashyap  ~  6 months ago
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      Hi Peter,

      I have uploaded the Mind Map. This would be activity based  session where participants will be using these tools during the session.

      Thanks

    • Kiran Kashyap
      By Kiran Kashyap  ~  6 months ago
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      Thanks a lot for the feedback,Peter!

      I will update the proposal tomorrow so that it answers your above questions.


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