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Friday, May 6 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Building Great Agile Teams: Team-based Problem Solving and Human Networks

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Agile didn't invent high performing teams - they've been around for thousands of years. Yet organizations tend to spend a great deal of time and focus on implementing the mechanics of Agile and very little time thinking about what makes groups of human beings accomplish amazing things together - yes even at scale. Come and explore team agility through the lens of algorithmic vs. heuristic work, team-based problem solving, and small world human networks. Together we'll examine the intrinsic phenomena of collective cognition and cohesion and how different structures promote or impede them. If you truly want to build "the best team you were ever on" rather than just "doing agile", this session is for you.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Beale

Christopher Beale

CTO, LeadingAgile
I build really awesome technology organizations.
avatar for Scott Showalter

Scott Showalter

Lean Experience Designer, Michigan First Credit Union
What does the future of banking and financial mobility look like? Know one really knows yet, but that's what a team at Michigan First Credit Union is working to discover. Scott embraces such wild unknowns as a lean experience designer within that team, and while they toil away at figuring it out, they're learning what true agility means: cohesive versatility.


Friday May 6, 2016 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Conference Room F Eagle Crest Conference Center & Resort