A presentation with Toronto's own Gil Broza on February 9, 2017.
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Are your Product Owners and Scrum Masters empowered, yet they still run decisions by an authority? At standups, do team members use expressions such as “on my plate” and “my part’s done”? Are they dedicated, motivated, and busy, but not concerned when half the sprint’s work isn’t finished?
These questions expose attitudes that don't destroy Agility, but do hurt a team's outcomes. The trouble is, these attitudes are so familiar, standard, and seemingly common-sense, that a team may be unaware of having them. Gil Broza, author of "The Agile Mind-set," shares in this talk the top 10 attitudes to shake loose – and what to replace them with.
|Gil Broza is on a mission to make the world of software development more effective, humane, and responsible. How? By helping leaders and teams truly adopt the Agile approach. Several of the world’s largest organizations are having him train hundreds of managers (up to VP level) on leading toward the Agile mind-set. Many companies have relied on his coaching, training, and facilitation for people-first Agile transformations and complete makeovers. He’s written The Human Side of Agile and The Agile Mind-Set, and a third book is outlined on his office wall. Get a taste of his approach at OnTheWayToAgile.com.|