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What if you would Ask Your Team? Invitation based change

What if you would Ask Your Team? Invitation based change 17 Apr 2019 Steven Deneir Agile & ScrumEngaging Workshops & MeetingsWork is Play Senior management announces “we go agile”, and nobody in your team has any clue why or how. Sounds familiar? Of course they are right. They are the leaders. They should know the way forward. No? Probably they have heard from another company X, probably even of one of their colleagues/friends in their (LinkedIN) network, that framework Y works – Spotify is very popular these days
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Estimating a backlog of 100 items in 1 hour? Challenge accepted.

Estimating a backlog of 100 items in 1 hour? Challenge accepted. 3 Apr 2019 Annelies De Meyere Agile & ScrumEngaging Workshops & MeetingsWork is Play The situation The agile team was working in a still mostly project-based environment. Over the period of several months, they had created backlog items, both with nice business value and also items to get rid of some technical debt they had piled up, getting to a situation where they had about 125 backlog items, of which only a dozen were estimated and refined,
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How LEGO® can help you facilitate self-designing teams

How LEGO® can help you facilitate self-designing teams 20 Mar 2019 Erik Talboom Agile & ScrumEngaging Workshops & MeetingsWork is Play Yes, you read that correctly: we’ll use LEGO® to support people in designing their own team structure(s). As Einstein once said: “Play is the highest form of research”. What you want people to do when designing their own teams is to research different possibilities, and decide on the best setup for them to accomplish their mission. Read more by talboomerik Via Co-Learning.be Read the full article here.

Delegation: the boundaries of self-organisation

Delegation: the boundaries of self-organisation 13 Mar 2019 Annelies De Meyere Agile & ScrumLeadership & ManagementWork is Play We’ve all heard the stories, or even lived them: a company moves towards self-organising team structures, and there you go, the team should self-organise! What you usually see is that the teams either freeze or go wild, with a sad manager observing the train wreck, complaining they are not allowed to interfere or saying things like: “See! I knew we shouldn’t have given them all of these responsibilities! It’s up
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