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  • By Daniel Terrin

What are the challenges of your organization?

What are the main challenges of your organization? What do you expect from your manager? If I ask you these questions, what would you answer me? In every Management 3.0 course that we organize, we ask...

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  • By Manu López

What is a high performance Team?

Before starting to define what a high performance team is, I would like to explain what a team is. In my point of view, it can be defined as a small number of people working together to accomplish the same purpose.

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  • By Steven Wallace

Introduction to Coaching

In an introduction to coaching post, it's not normal to hear the writer complain about coaching itself. The term "coach" is extremely overused and abused. There are various bodies of accreditation to attempt to have a minimum level of standard, but sometimes it's not always possible. There are some fantastic coaches out there, but there are also some that have room for improvement.

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  • By Nino Dafonte

Scrum Master as People Manager

At the beginning of my career as a Scrum Master I transitioned, as many others, from a Project Manager position. This is the kind of role where you “own” a team. You are not part of the team, you “manage” the team: performance reviews, career development, vacations, salary adjustments, all this kind of things. From one day to another, you have an agile team. Roles are supposed to be functional; titles don’t matter here, right?

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  • By Nino Dafonte

Trust as a requirement

These days, after some years of improvement with lean, agile, Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming and so on, you can find tons of blog posts talking about “the best of Scrum”, “why Scrum doesn’t work”, “how to do …”, well, you name it. In my experience, after quite a few companies and teams, I came to a point where you have to realise what are you talking about. You can think about reorganizing your department, your team, and the way you plan or execute, … that’s great but did you see a pattern behind all these movements?

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