Roy Osherove discusses three maturity stages of a team and adjusting leadership accordingly, along with techniques meant to bring craftsmanship and maturity in a software development team.
Roy Osherove is best known for his engagement in the .NET and testing communities. His focus broadened when becoming a team lead. He is sharing those experiences on his site 5whys.com. Roy is the author of the book The Art of Unit Testing, and he is writing a book titled: "Notes to a Software Team Leader". <a href="http://5whys.com?infoqtl">He blogs on 5whys.com</a>.
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Great and insperational
an inspirational talk it remained of the Hersey’s and Blanchard’s situations leadership model ties in with Tuckman’s model in how the leaders change leadership styles from stage to stage, the Forming - Storming - Norming – Performing - Adjourning model.
Thanks for sharing!
Great presentation and Question
for sharing. Great presentation. Gives good advises for team leaders, which just get started like me :)And also shows problems in team at the realtime.
Valuable and inpirational one I found ever
I really really found it valuable and inspiartional session. You really rock there. Like the practical examples you have given in the session. Moreover, I am very much grateful to Joseph Bulger [josephbulger.com/about/] who provided me this valuable link.
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Re: Valuable and inpirational one I found ever
As a Senior Developer it's a big step up to being a Team Lead. I had felt a little lost as to whether I was performing "correctly" and your presentation has given some great pointers.
BTW - I love the "I am the bottleneck ninja!".