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Coaching Self-Organizing Teams
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by Joseph Pelrine on Nov 10, 2009 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 3-7, Join us!
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Summary
Self-organization is a tricky thing. Agile coaches are challenged with how to motivate/persuade/trick their teams into self-organizing and doing things, without telling them what to do. This tutorial presents an approach utilizing leading-edge research and techniques from social complexity science and team dynamics to change the dynamics of a team with the aim of optimizing their work together.

Bio

Joseph Pelrine is a computer and social complexity scientist, C*O of MetaProg, a company devoted to increasing the quality of software and its development process, and managing partner at CATeams, a company applying leading-edge psychological and social complexity techniques optimizing team dynamics. His work focus is on field of social complexity science and its application to Agile processes.

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