Organisations often expect a lot from self-supporting Agile teams in today’s world. Time to market is crucial and the velocity of your Agile team seems to be the only key performance indicator.
The forming-storming-norming-performing model of group development has taught us that these phases are all necessary and inevitable for the team to grow, face challenges, tackle problems, find solutions, plan work and deliver results.
The smoother the transition between storming and performing, the sooner an organisation will see results, which will have a positive effect on your team’s Velocity.
During this session, Richard will help recognise what various group development stages are and what your strategy for each should be.
Join Richard as he explains the following:
• How to gain insight into the various stages of group development
• Recognising the characteristics of each stage
• How to develop a strategy for each stage
• Understanding the importance of stable teams