You’ve got the best performers in your team, yet they falter. You set reasonable deadlines for work to be completed, yet those deadlines are missed. You have tried a variety of collaboration tools and are yet unable to manage team cohesiveness. If these sound familiar to you, then it is time for you to take a step back and look at a different approach that can help you solve these challenges.
Like anyone learning a new art, the Agile team goes through distinct stages in their educative process. Understanding these stages is essential for right level of coaching and mentoring. Let us look at these stages in this blog post.
An excellent indicator of a good Agile team is their High Performance. This is very closely linked to the Happiness levels in the Team. So what makes an Happy Agile team?