Well, remember the “Individual and interactions” thing? Individuals are humans, and as such they tend to ask questions, like: “Why should I be doing this?”. Or “Do I have to work with this guy again?”.
You know, questions relating to teamwork.
Teams may need rulebooks on how to work together. And Shunit Metz has a full talk about this subject, called – “Team work agreement – What’s in it for us?“. If you’re having “team” issues, this might be something you want to check out.
But until the conference (which is very close now), we’re going to ask Shunit five easy questions, and see how she fares.
- Why should people come to the conference?
All of us love to play, but we’re working too much. So, we’ve organized the right playground for work & play. Come to the conference, and see you learn more when you have fun.
- Why should people come to my session?
Have you ever thought how you can help your team get better results?
Have you ever thought what should we do the next time we have this/that team challenge?
SO – the answer begins here.
Funny, light and full of examples.
At the end you will whistle it and spread the news too.
- Why did I choose this topic?
It’s all about people.
It’s result driven.
It makes a difference.
- Why am I looking forward for Jan Jaap Cannegieter‘s “Violating scrum – how far can you go?” session?
I am an original thinker, and lead innovative approaches in my organizations. Would love to hear other “violators”, especially when it works. I’m sure the interaction with the audience and Jan Jaap will add unique flavor to the session.
- Why is the third hand on the clock called the second hand?
I’m not sure… but I wish it was broken, so it wouldn’t wake me up at night by ticking so loudly!!
Yeah, clocks do that, they are not “team players”.
But if you are, check out Shunit’s session, as well as the rest of the program.
And don’t forget to register!