Leading Teams: Building effective Teams

Mar 19, 2018 · München, Germany

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We will discuss the insights given by researcher Richard Hackman about building effective teams in his book "Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances" and also include other research, e.g. from Google's Project Aristotle.

1. Connecting participants, sharing stories of effective teams
2. Elisabeth Liberda (Valtech GmbH) will give a 20 minute talk about insights from Richard Hackman and other research.
3. Group exercise and joint discussion on the "5 Keys to Successful Teams"
4. Harvest ideas what you can do at work (individually)

How to prepare?
Read Hackman's book: https://www.amazon.de/Leading-Teams-Setting-Stage-Performances/dp/1578513332
You may watch Hackman on managing teams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLuDJV_mTBw
Read Google's re:Work blog, e.g. about "psychological safety": https://rework.withgoogle.com/guides/understanding-team-effectiveness/steps/introduction/

Food (Halbe Brötchen) and Drinks (non-alcoholic, beer) will be provided by Valtech GmbH.

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  • Large Scale Scrum Community Munich

    We want to create a community of LeSS practitioners and interested people, with deep learning about LeSS to enable people to succeed with their LeSS adoptions and increase interest in LeSS. One intention is, that practitioners share insights how they do LeSS and tell stories what they did and what worked or worked not for them. Besides that, we will dig deep into certain aspects of the LeSS framework. We love to have some different session types like a fireside chat, workshops, talks, LeSS-related games or

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