Great teams don’t make themselves. Teams need transparency, continuous improvement, meaningful goals, and individuals empowered to make decisions. Team Work Isn’t Always a Dream will help participants recognize, articulate, and execute strategies to create a productive Agile leadership environment.
To deliver a great product, you need a great team. Adopting an Agile leadership approach enables us to break out of this chicken-and-egg cycle by delivering cohesive teams with the ability to adapt quickly to change and work effectively as a group.
Without the co-operation of our team, real success is impossible. It’s true what they say, “there’s no I in team!”. By championing the efforts, talents, and resources of others, we will not only succeed faster and more easily, but provide team members with meaningful opportunities to hone their individual skills and abilities in a supportive environment.
The Agile leadership approach, with its emphasis on collaboration and continuous improvement through purposeful leadership, enables teams and individuals to outperform compared to the traditional team structure.
Even though Agile teams have common values, there’s no such thing as the perfect formula for the perfect Agile team. However, all successful Agile projects start with the team at the center. This means that the identification and transparency of roles within an Agile leadership environment are vital to understanding how a team should perform holistically and at all levels of distribution.
After attending this presentation, participants will be better equipped to recognize, articulate, and execute meaningful strategies to create and maintain a dynamic and productive Agile leadership environment.