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Creating Great Teams: How Self-Selection Lets People Excel Paperback – 8 December 2015

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  • Publisher : GMB Publishing Limited (8 December 2015)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 100 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1680501283
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1680501285
  • Dimensions : 19.1 x 0.55 x 23.5 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
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About the Author

Sandy Mamoli is an Agile enterprise coach and consultant at Nomad8 with a focus on culture and leadership. From working in Amsterdam and Copenhagen to being one of New Zealand's leading coaches, she brings her practical European flair and passionate advocacy for all things Agile to businesses around the world. Sandy is a former Olympian, a geek, a gadget junkie, and an international public speaker.



David Mole coaches, consults, and presents about Agile processes, teams, and motivation. He recently led an Agile transformation at Trade Me where, building upon the work of Spotify's culture, he created dozens of high-performing Agile squads. He is a highly regarded public speaker and author for InfoQ. A former professional poker player, David works for Nomad8 helping teams and organizations perform better.


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Liftoff Creating Great Teams Real-World Kanban Lean from the Trenches Manage Your Project Portfolio, 2nd edition
Liftoff Creating Great Teams Real-World Kanban Lean from the Trenches Manage Your Project Portfolio, 2nd edition
Covers Align your team to one purpose: successful delivery. Start projects and teams the right way, with expanded concepts for planning, organizing, and conducting liftoff meetings. People are happiest and most productive if they can choose what they work on and who they work with. Self-selecting teams give people that choice - here's how to set them up. Your team is stressed; priorities are unclear. If your team is struggling with these symptoms, these four case studies will guide you to project success. When systems need a serious overhaul, you need to see how it works in real life, with real situations and people. See how to deliver a successful project using Lean principles. You have too many projects, and firefighting and multitasking are keeping you from finishing any of them. Discover agile and lean ways to collect all your work and decide which projects you should do first, second, and never.
Page Count 150 102 138 178 240

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5.0 out of 5 stars Help your people choose their own teams at work. Find out how in this book.
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