While talking to the managers in the organizations undergoing agile transformation, I realized that the agile movement is leaving the managers clueless about the role that they can play in the organization, leading to resistance and undue stress. This session is based on the insights generated during coaching conversations with managers.
Is managing an agile team one of your responsibilities? With all the buzz around agile self-organizing teams, do you feel ignored, avoided and alone? Do you have frequent nightmares about you struggling to code (again) in some alien language in a dark themed IDE, while getting catcalled by a junior programmer? Have you recently started considering doing vertical farming, mushroom cultivation or any other alternate career options totally unrelated to your expertise? If yes, this session is for you.
This interactive session tries to elucidate common practical problems faced by managers in agile teams and try to generate options for solving these problems, using available literature in the field. If you need to improve your sleep quality, buckle your seatbelts and get ready for a wild ride into the world of problem-solving.
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