Are you a part of a team that is struggling to demonstrate consistent results or aren't delivering to their full potential? Software conferences and books seems to emphasise the software, ignoring a major factor in software development, the team.
What will you learn?
Patterns and techniques for developing great, motivated teams that understand their flow and focus on optimal value and sustainable results.
This workshop covers the underlying aspects of team development and how to design a team development framework that works for your organisation. How to help teams move through their biggest challenges in software development.
The workshop will contain some theory parts, but the focus will be on hands-on exercises in collaboration as well as on discussions
During the 2 half days, we will cover the team development framework, the key concepts behind it and then go over practical implementation of the techniques with the group exercises.
Should you attend?
Are you in the position of leading a software team or is responsible for the development of software teams? Have you grown into the role over the years but never had an opportunity to get any formal training on the topic and want to have your practices validated? Are you new to team leading and are looking for a place to get started?
Awareness and experience of being in teams in the context of software development helps.
This was my first workshop focused on teams, team leadership or team culture. I've found it a great introduction into the field and it made me realize the 'field' may as well be an 'ocean' instead.
This workshop has great and nicely structured content. The instructor is very driven. There is a good mix of exercises and theory. I now have the tools to make the current teams within our company operate better and focus more on value.
The topics covered and the way they were delivered were real and relatable. It was easy to understand and Marcello was always open to questions. We're in the middle of a significant project to re-structure our teams, so we hope to make a significant impact with what we have learned.