Collaborative decision making in self-organizing teams
We approach our projects and teams in an agile way because we really believe that giving people the opportunity to express their full potential is the best way to make an organization thrive today.
The eleventh principle of the agile manifesto says: The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.
But our job lies in making decisions continuously.
What is the right way to have teams that organize themselves and at the same time make decisions effectively and efficiently?
How can we avoid anarchist teams where everyone goes in a different direction or (perhaps even worse) risking immobility because we having to agree before making any decisions?
During the talk, we will see ideas, principles and techniques that help us to have teams that organize themselves effectively.
AULA 4A ven 12:45 — 35 min