So I'm on this team that's supposedly Agile, but …
Our daily scrum goes 45 minutes
Somebody else plans our sprints
We don't have retrospectives
We don't do sprint reviews
My team has 25 people
We've got 6 Product Owners
Stories are assigned by the Scrum Master
How can I as a team member nudge my team to be more Agile?
In this interactive discussion we'll look at ways that individual team members can influence our teams to be more Agile by asking a few key questions. These questions will help us get a clearer understanding of how individual practices contribute to agility and how to approach change within out teams with respect, curiosity, and a sense of adventure.
We know that fulfilled employees are engaged, happy and inspired…and inspiring!
Fulfilled work should not be an anomaly to be looked upon from the outside looking in, but the normal way we engage at work. How do we do this, especially in a team environment?
We all need to learn how to build psychological safety and trust in our teams. Psychological safety is an emergent quality that develops over time, so it is important to know that every interaction you have with your team either builds trust or erodes it.
In this session we will explain how Agile can be used to create effective teams by leaning on Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems theories, explaining the science behind psychological safety, and giving you the tools you need to shift that suboptimal team dynamic.