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While checking up and checking in may seem similar, there are four key things a good ScrumMaster or agile project management role can do to avoid crossing the line into micro-management while still checking in on a team.
Agile methodologies are increasingly being used for project management in all areas of business.
This book brings together the latest thinking on citizen development from industry thought leaders, no-code/low-code vendors, transformation experts, and executives who oversee large technology investments. It guides organizations to deliver citizen development projects, design better apps, scale the operating model, align key stakeholders, and nurture and grow citizen development.
The authors, both Charles Schwab executives, use their first-hand experiences to explain how your company can succeed both online and offline.
Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition
Migrating from "command and control" to agile coaching requires a whole new mind-set. In Coaching Agile Teams, Lyssa Adkins gives agile coaches the insights they need to adopt this new mind-set and to guide teams to extraordinary performance in a re-energized work environment.
Boosting Team Performance Practices|Boosting Team Performance Practices
There's a challenge with agile coaching specific to coaches who are fully employed by organizations (as opposed to being consultants): the dilemma of impartiality that some coaches face as they get drafted in activities and processes that are not typical or, better to say, not appropriate for coaches.
Alistair Cockburn describes “failure modes and alternatives,” that are related to the human aspect of performance. There are five failure modes: