Now that your team is norming and performing, there are still risks to watch our for. Learn for the warning signs in this video.
- Once you've led your team through forming and storming,…you'll start to see the light at the end…of the tunnel as they move into the norming stage.…At this stage the resolution…of conflicts during the storming phase…have resulted in a greater sense of intimacy…and trust among the team members.…You may continue to see an occasional outburst of conflict…but they're rare.…The norming stage can be identified when you see…that everyone on the team…is a taking personal responsibility for their work…and their interactions with each other.…
The team members have internalized their interdependence…and share the same drive towards success.…The one danger to be aware of in this stage is…that the team may enjoy this unity so much…that they avoid making suggestions…that may be controversial.…You can save them from this trap…by coaching the leaders within the team…to encourage brainstorming at every opportunity.…Then when you see the team taking risks…and considering different approaches,…recognize and praise those behaviors.…
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- Adding finesse to your scrum
- The product owner and scrum master roles
- The relationship between the product owner and scrum master
- Product owner as business representative
- Product owner as a team's business guide
- Scrum master as team advocate
- The forming and storming stages of team development
- Taking a team from norming to performing
- Scrum master as team guardian