Are you overwhelmed by constantly shifting priorities, changing visions and constant interruptions?
Are you spending too much time putting out fires rather than addressing the root cause of the chaos?
What if you could confidently lead your team, boost engagement and accountability, increase your influence to create unstoppable momentum, and accelerate outcomes and results for your organization?
The Six Pillars Project Leadership framework outlines the power skills required to effectively lead teams and projects rather than simply manage them.
During this session, we will review the core capabilities that project leaders need to develop to confidently lead, empower and elevate their teams. You will walk away with clarity on what you need to do to boost your team’s performance in 2021.
Agile and Scrum in particular have clearly become almost the gold standard for building software development processes in 70-80% of companies around the world today. But despite the fact that Agile celebrated its 20th anniversary in February, and Scrum celebrated its 25th anniversary last November, quite often at the scaling stage there are very “unique” examples of adapting both the principles of the manifest and a minimalistic framework that introduces and requires only basic fundamental rules: 3 roles, one product backlog, one sprint and sprint backlog + 4 main events per team on a regular basis.
Have you ever seen when someone is a member of several teams at the same time: “In general, he is a member of the “A” team, but 30% more in the “B” team this quarter ...”? And what about the Team that takes tasks from 3-5 backlogs in the Sprint? And what about a team with 5 Product Owners with whom you need to agree on priorities? And what does it all turn into when there are 5-10 teams, and even in different locations?
Unfortunately, I also happened to see various "adaptations for the uniqueness of the context", but fortunately I managed to help such teams and organizations optimize and evolve their processes over time :)
In this talk, we'll talk: