“Let’s say you are at a company with 10 people; price’s law states that approximately 3 people will be responsible for half of the productivity of value. Scale that out to 100 and now it’s 10 people who are responsible for half the productivity of value. Now scale that to[more …]
A write up of some exciting and astonishing discussions experienced in the Meetup “Dare the impossible: Cross-functional teams with end to end ownership” of the Agile Munich group.
In recent years a body of research has revealed another, more nuanced benefit of workplace diversity: nonhomogenous teams are simply smarter. Working with people who are different from you may challenge your brain to overcome its stale ways of thinking and sharpen its performance. Let’s dig into why diverse teams are[more …]
One of the biggest mistakes leaders make is thinking they are supposed to have all the answers, especially when it comes to vision. There is a natural desire to look like you are smart and know what you’re doing. But sometimes the smartest thing you can do is to involve[more …]
65% of remote employees report that they never had a team building session. Having co-workers spread across two or more locations is becoming a model more and more organization will have to adapt to. Stop hesitating, but look for ways to cope with co-located colleagues in a better way. Here[more …]
When we start to become more agile, we start to look at the mindset of people and how the collaborate. We are considering teams to be the fundament for growth and success. Conformity is no objective at all, contribution of individual talents to group is what we strive for. Where[more …]