Posts Tagged ‘ TeamWisdom ’

Applying TeamWisdom: Taking Personal Responsibility Helps the Whole Team
Are you unhappy or frustrated at work? Have you thought this about your team: "I can't be responsible for the quality of my team's efforts." "Getting on a good team is mostly a matter of luck." "If I'm part of a poorly functioning team, and I'm not in charge, there is little I can do but bear it." These kinds...

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Posted on 08/13/2010 08:50 am | No Comments
 
Team Leadership Tips-Free QConn Video on InfoQ
My November 19, 2008 presentation at QConn was recorded by the good folks at InfoQ. The presentation video is edited and posted along with the presentation slides which I posted here. I received a lot of positive feedback on this presentation, so if you are interested in team building and team leadership, you might want to invest the time to...

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Posted on 04/26/2009 04:15 pm | 1 Comment
 
End With the Beginning in Mind
Mike Griffiths, blogging at Leading Answers, recently wrote that he was leaving his employment of six years at Quadrus Development and starting a new gig. Then Mike went on to say that he read some helpful teamwisdom in my book (Teamwork Is An Individual Skill) about Ending With the Beginning in Mind. He then reviewed all the wonderful opportunities he...

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Posted on 04/08/2007 06:04 pm | No Comments
 
Collaborative Leadership Basics, Part 8: Keys for Creating Designer Norms in Teams
Originally published by the Cutter Consortium Agile Email Advisor. Used with permission. by Christopher M. Avery, Senior Consultant, Cutter Consortium More in this series Collaborative Leadership Basics: Part 1: Why Is Collaborative Leadership Required for Agile Environments? Part 2: Develop Personal Responsibility for Team Productivity Part 3: Get in the Same Boat Together Part 4: Keys to the Boat --...

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Posted on 03/01/2007 01:39 pm | 1 Comment
 
VisionHolder? My Mom Would Be Proud
Thanks to the graciousness of the people at Heartland, you can listen to my VisionHolder Call interview with Craig Neal. It's 57 minutes long and probes the essence of my work in TeamWisdom and Responsibility Redefined. Here's the MP3 file. Craig conducted one of the better interviews I've experienced. His brilliant format includes a Q&A period where Craig allows audience...

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Posted on 01/11/2007 08:43 pm | No Comments
 
 
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