Team Formation (Self-Selection) – A real life experiment (Making cross functional, self-organized, long-lived scrum teams)

It is proved that motivated & happy employees produce better & faster results for the benefit of organization. At the same time it is difficult for leaders to continuously motivate people.

Team Formation (Self-selection) is an exercise in which every employee (team member) chooses which team they want to work for, with whom they want to work for.

I have implemented this recently with one program where 4 scrum teams are supposed to get formed. I will share the way we have approached it & the experience from it.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Case Study

  • What is Team Formation?
  • History
  • Benefits
  • Pre-requisites
  • Our experience
  • Challenges
  • Learning’s from our experiments

Learning Outcome

Participants will understand how to do team formations – The structured and innovative approach to build cross functional, self-organized, long-lived stable teams who will deliver continuous customer value for an organization.

Target Audience

Agile coaches, senior leaders in the organization, managers, scrum masters, developers, testers etc.

Prerequisites for Attendees

Participants should have some knowledge of agile ways of working.

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