After many years of being part of 100% collocated teams, I’ve returned to working with 100% distributed, virtual, or remote teams. To remain effective, high-performing distributed teams rely on a number of important factors such as trust, ownership, a focus […]
It takes many different mindsets and behaviors to make a team hum. I am appreciating a view of collaborative behaviors developed by David Kantor (as part of his work on Structural Dynamics), and am finding it useful as a way […]
Three rivers – Trust, Ownership, and Vision – flow and converge into a confluence that helps create the necessary conditions for high performance, self-managing teams. Teams that adapt quickly to what their customers want. Teams that deliver great business value at […]
Join Andy Cleff as he chats with Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas about the 20th Anniversary Edition of the Pragmatic Programmer, the book that every software engineer seems to recommend to each other, and dutifully so! The post The Pragmatic Programmer – 20th Anniversary Edition with Andy […]
A lot of companies experiment with ways of measuring and visualizing how their teams are doing (KPI’s; ROV’s, NPS, etc.,) looking for areas where there are opportunities for improvement. The general idea being ya can’t improve what ya don’t measure. […]
Download slide deck, handouts, and grab some of the books mentioned at Andy Cleff’s Agile2019 Presentation. The post Resource Links: Six Steps Towards Self Learning Teams and Organizations appeared first on Andy Cleff. Powered by WPeMatico
How does your organizational structure lend itself to building the best product for your customer? The post Where is the “I” in Teamwork? Collaborate for Success appeared first on Andy Cleff. Powered by WPeMatico
How does your organizational structure lend itself to building the best product for your customer? The post Where is the “I” in Teamwork? Collaborate for Success appeared first on Andy Cleff.