Teams are more effective when they operate in environments that make it safe for members to take interpersonal risks. For example, to admit they don't know something, to offer feedback, to offer help, or to ask for help.
Teams are more effective when they operate in environments that encourage learning and experimentation. Yet organizations and teams vary in how they recognize the value of learning and continuous improvement.
There is no point in Agile methodologies like Scrum when the work that teams deliver is of low quality. So it is important that teams develop a shared understanding of what high-quality means in their context.
A do-it-yourself workshop that uses Appreciative Interviews to share success stories from the past, Ecocycle Planning to create transparency about the present, and 15% Solutions to identify improvements for the nearby future.
What is the common perception of what “ship it fast” means? What seems to be important about shipping fast? And what are ideas to improve the situation in your team or organization? Check the article to find inspiration.