Read my Posts

POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS - POSTS -

pg. 1/1
Feb 29, 2016
Diamond of Participatory Decision-Making
One of the abilities that self-organized teams have is their ability to make decisions in a collaborative and autonomous way.
Feb 23, 2016
The 4 Key Facilitation Skills
Facilitation is art, intuition, ability and science. Anyone can become a facilitator; he or she only need practice and attention.
Feb 23, 2016
Facilitation Fundamentals
When an organization uses agile methodologies, in general, the teams work in a self-organized way and have a facilitative-leader.
Nov 08, 2014
Sharing Performance Goals
To have a common and significant purpose helps the team pursue performance goals which allows them to focus on achieving results.
Nov 06, 2014
Committed to a common purpose
Yesterday I was reminiscing and it caught my attention how often I find Agile teams which have been working together for a considerable amount of time and don't know what to answer when I ask them what their purpose (or vision) is.
Oct 11, 2014
With complementary skills
The members of a real team should have a series of complementary skills, which when added are able to solve the challenges they face every day. These skills are not only technical or functional, but they are also decision-making, conflict-solving and interpersonal skills, which allow them to find a mutual understanding and a common purpose.
Oct 08, 2014
A small number of people
A big group of people can be, in theory, a team, but the effort required to make it is extremely big. The usual case is that such group of people will naturally divide into smaller teams.
Oct 05, 2014
Towards a real team
I think an aspect that really helps a Team Facilitator in his career development is, in my opinion, to be aware of the importance of the existence of real teams in organizations. I propose to call them real teams, to make a distinction from the groups of people that a manager forms via e-mail and uses the word team so lightly to refer to them
pg. 1/1