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Monday, May 22 • 13:15 - 16:30
How to Build a Passionate Team?

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You may have seen this: A company decided to become agile and introduced an agile framework e.g. Scrum. The management hopes for higher product quality, a better TTM (Time To Market), an improved risk management, finally a project that is on time and budget and more. Although they implemented Scrum by the book, after about half a year, they realize, that none of the promises came true. The Scrum Master is searching desperately for another, a better tool he can try next, but none of them has the desired effect. Step by step the team is falling back into their old habits, and in the end, they say: Scrum does not work. And they are right! Only by putting a new shiny saddle on your dead horse, you won’t get it running again.

It doesn’t help to copy a process from a successful team blindly and to hope it will work in your context. What you really need, is a passionate team. A team that can deliver, even if their environment isn’t the best. But what do you need to get such a passionate team?

In this workshop, I'll show you how to assess your current teams based on the PASSION model and derive the next steps based on the outcome. The PASSION model is a team development model that helps you to identify the road blocks, which hinder your team to become passionate. At the end of the workshop, you can add some new tools to your toolbox and use the immediately, when you are back at work.


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Marc Loeffler

marcloeffler.eu
Marc Loeffler is a keynote speaker, author, and agile coach. Before getting in touch with agile methods and principles in 2006, he was working as a traditional project manager for companies like the Volkswagen AG or the Siemens AG. His passion is to help teams implementing agile... Read More →


Monday May 22, 2017 13:15 - 16:30
Severinus 1 2nd Floor

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