Agile-Embedded Group Coherence Ingredients

Posted July 10, 2013 | Technology |

The collaborative nature of Agile projects has exposed participants to opportunities to experience a number of ingredients associated with group coherence (GC) in the research literature. We call these "Agile embedded ingredients," as they surface in Agile work. We present four here and discuss both their Agile appearance and the research about them. They are: (1) the commonly shared goal, (2) shared leadership, (3) trust and respect, and (4) practice.

About The Author
Joanna Zweig
Joanna Zweig was an independent consultant and CEO of Integral Systems Response, Inc. Her research on Group Coherence revealed a way to learn about the capabilities of collective consciousness that guides successful collaboration beyond a group's initial expectations; her work covered the many of the things classical software models don’t explain. Dr. Zweig worked as a project manager in IT on enterprise initiatives in large businesses. She also… Read More
Priya Marsonia
Priya Marsonia is VP of Delivery at the Advanced Technology Group (ATG). She brings over a decade of leadership experience in the management of significant software and IT back-office integration programs, telecommunications deployments, and process development. Ms. Marsonia's significant applied expertise includes delivering successful solutions spanning 25 companies of various sizes in multiple domains. Prior to joining ATG, she has held… Read More
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