Agiloocity Trust Article

Trust, the lack thereof, and how to cultivate it

Posted on Teams

Why trust matters Teams that are synonymous with high levels of trust demonstrates high morale and productivity, information and ideas flow freely and team members offer assistance to one another without taking over. In essence this translates to a healthy, cohesive, collaborative team that delivers consistent results. These are all characteristics of high performance teams. […]

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Are your superheroes killing your agility?

Are your superheros killing agility?

Posted on Teams

Your firm is on its agile journey and you are leading a team which includes a superhero. This superhero is needed by most teams, is seen as a “key” person. Our superhero works on their own, not always aligned to teams goals, doesn’t attend all meetings (as they are busy), they bend the rules and […]

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Trust in Agile Teams

Quick Pointers on Building Trust

Posted on coaching

Share thought processes on important issues and involve the team in decision- making Create clear and transparent methods of working through team charters Create team (shared) OKR’s as opposed to individual OKR’s Show interest and stay in touch on the personal concerns of team members Celebrate success as a team but give constructive feedback individually […]

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Distributed Agile Teams

Tips on Making Distributed Agile Successful

Posted on Teams

Purists and Scrum hipsters will argue that dispersed teams are a taboo in Agile communities of practice. However, in reality there are many instances where an organization has to outsource due to lack of local skillset or other reasons. Being prepared for what to expect and how to approach and prepare for the facilitation of […]

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