5 Tips for Fostering Self-Directed Teams

Posted October 21, 2021 | Leadership |
5 Tips for Fostering Self-Directed Teams
Self-direction doesn’t just happen because you adopt Scrum, Kanban, or another Agile variant. Or because you say “Agile” 20 times to your teams. It needs a fertile space to grow. It needs to be watered and fertilized. It needs an honest and open environment. In far too many cases, this is simply not happening. So, what are the elements of self-directed space? This Advisor explores five that come to mind.
About The Author
Bob Galen
Bob Galen is an Agile methodologist, practitioner, and coach. In this role, he helps guide companies and teams in their pragmatic adoption and organizational shift toward Scrum and other Agile methods. Mr. Galen is currently a Principal Agile Coach at Agile Moose. He regularly speaks at international conferences and for professional groups on a broad range of topics related to Agile software development. Mr. Galen is the author of Agile… Read More
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