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Habit 2 of 7 Successful Habits: Why Engaged Listening Is An Essential Trait Of An Agile Coach

Habit 2 of 7 Successful Habits: Why Engaged Listening Is An Essential Trait Of An Agile Coach

“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” –Bryant H. McGill Listening is the way we connect with people. They can tell when the connection is there and will be more open to share and try on new ideas with you. Engaged Listening helps us to give full attention to the…

Habit 1 of 7 successful habits: What Makes Your Coaching Questions Powerful?

Habit 1 of 7 successful habits: What Makes Your Coaching Questions Powerful?

“I’m not here to answer your questions. I’m here to question your answers.” As a coach, asking the accurate questions is more valuable than having the exact answers. When an individual builds the solutions from their own, they are followed more by the people. A proper question at the proper time can change a professional life for your teams by…

Agile Transformation and High-Performance Teams

Agile Transformation and High-Performance Teams

In the era for transformations, every organization is undergoing Agile Transformation, seeking agile teams would be delivering pre-measured outcome as per customer needs and per timelines committed by business teams. Whereas the fact is that with just agile adoption does not guarantee teams would become high-performance teams delivering values as per the business needs. Before moving ahead and towards agile…

How multiple scrum teams coordinate to resolve dependencies?

Introduction I presented my experience about LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) implementation through various conferences this year. Got very good feedback as well. But people were having many questions regarding team coordination so thought of sharing my experience here. See below some of the most frequently asked questions. One Product Owner and multiple development team – How is that possible? One PO…

Role of manager in LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum)

Why we have so many managers in our organization. You don’t know? Let’s explore why? One of the biggest reason is merger and acquisition. Company not only acquire business but also acquire people. We can’t do much about it. What else? 2nd reason to resolve dependencies, conflict and help team to stay focused on commitment. Seriously? I usually see four…