Humanizing Work Show: All Teams Can Learn from Scrum & XP Practices

Great models for building a strong and healthy team include regularly reviewing the work and how it’s being done to improve going forward, creating structures for excellence and growth and tapping into human rhythms and cadences to how we break up work, just to name a few.

What do these team practices have in common? They are all found in Agile approaches like Scrum and XP. Regardless of the industry, these lightweight frameworks provide insight into healthy team growth and structure.

“Scrum, even though it was invented in a software development context… is such a minimal lightweight set of constraints it’s broadly applicable outside of software development.” Listen in and see how you can take these ideas to your team. Tell us what’s worked and how your team is responding.

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Richard Lawrence

Is co-owner of Agile For All. He trains and coaches people to collaborate more effectively with other people to solve complex, meaningful problems. He draws on a diverse background in software development, engineering, anthropology, and political science. Richard is a Scrum Alliance Certified Enterprise Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer, as well as a certified trainer of the accelerated learning method, Training from the Back of the Room. His book, Behavior-Driven Development with Cucumber, was published by Addison-Wesley in 2019 (for more information, visit bddwithcucumber.com).

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