March 10, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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Why agile teams need HISTORY in order to collaborate...
"In my experience as an agile coach collaborative teams are often a necessity and I believe all teams have the potential to collaborate well, yet not all teams do. How do you turn a group of individuals into a creative, collaborative team? Are there any patterns that we can follow to help us increase our teams' collaboration? This session will introduce you to some techniques and exercises I have observed in some of the most successful and collaborative agile teams I have come across.
This session will explain the foundational characteristics required for collaboration to exist and grow and will let you experience short, practical and easy-to-implement techniques that you can use with your team(s) to increase their collaboration."
Who is Geoff?
Geoff has pretty much seen and heard it all from a Scrum perspective. As the first Certified Scrum Coach and the longest serving Certified Scrum Trainer, he is highly experienced in the application of Scrum as well as being qualified as a personal and business coach. Even his training courses are based as much around bringing out the knowledge already within the room as it is about being a teacher. His philosophy is based on belief in human potential and creating and supporting a sense of self-awareness and self-confidence in his clients, both individual and organisational.
You can follow Geoff on Twitter, and you can find Geoff's book "Scrum Mastery: From Good To Great Servant-Leadership" on sale at Amazon here.