Leading a Self-Organizing TeamPosted by EdmontonPM
Online Course – Slides file
Presented by Mountian Goat Software
Duration 1 hour 1 PDU or 1 CDU 1 Category C Free
Presented on May 16, 2011 – Seattle Scrum Gathering
One of the challenges of agile is coming to grips with the role of leaders and managers of self-organizing teams. Many go to the extreme of refusing to exert any influence on their teams at all. Others retain too much of a command-and-control style.
Leading a self-organizing team can be a fine line.
In this session you will learn the proper ways to influence the path taken by a team to solving the problems given to it. You will learn how to become comfortable in this role. You’ll understand why influencing a self-organizing team is neither sneaky nor inappropriate but is necessary.
PDU Category C documentation details:
Process Groups: Planning Executing
Knowledge Areas: 4 – Integration 9 – Human Resources
- 4.3 Direct and Manage Project Execution
- 9.4 Manage Project Team
As a Category C, ‘Self Directed Learning’, activity remember to document your learning experience and its relationship to project management for your ‘PDU Audit Trail Folder.’
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