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coaching agile teams

Getting to Agile and the Coach’s Role

September 23, 2014

Allison Pollard’s goal is “To Teach and Delight.” Her goal is to help people discover and develop their agile instincts. She enjoys mentoring others to become great Scrum Masters, coaching managers to grow teams that deliver amazing results, and fostering communities that provide sustainability for agile transformations. Allison blogs at over at To Teach and […]

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The Narrative Practice of Building a Team

July 2, 2014
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Elinor Slomba – (@artsint) has nearly twenty years’ fundraising and management experience combined with training in ethnographic field research methods and Agile project management frameworks.  She collaborates with professionals in visual, performance and literary arts as well as software development and other technical fields to deepen understanding of principles necessary for innovation. Her company, E. Slomba […]

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Using silent work techniques to get to astonishing results

November 29, 2010

Consider this… The word dialogue comes from the Greek dia, which means through, and logos, which means word or meaning. So dialogue is about letting meaning flow through our words. In a true dialogue, we hear each other’s words to gain new understanding and find shared meaning. What most of us do is discuss, which […]

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The Coaching Agile Teams Class: So What? Now What?

October 31, 2010

So what? Now what? These are oft-heard questions as the Coaching Agile Teams class moves through two days of experiential learning, deep introspection and personal transformation. “Transformation into what?” you might ask.  “Into a better, more aware, more tool-full and more presence-full agile coach,” I answer.  “In short, a jump start on the transformation your […]

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