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Researcher Recognized for Advances in Team Performance Techniques

by Susan McIntosh on  Sep 27, 2016

Eduardo Salas is recognized by the APA for his 30 years of research on team work. His implementation of team training includes defining team structure, identifying specific communication needs, clarifying roles and leadership skills, and practicing with scenarios. This technique has been used across many fields of work, and is part of the program as NASA prepares to send a team to Mars.

Agile in Dispersed or Distributed Teams

by Ben Linders on  Sep 07, 2016 1

Cross-cultural team building enables collaboration and teamwork in dispersed or distributed agile teams. You need to invest to get the best out of a dispersed team. An exploration about what is needed to make agile work with dispersed or distributed teams.

Agile 2016: Persona Based Teams - The Ultimate Focus

by Angela Wick on  Aug 23, 2016

At the Agile 2016 conference Andy Hircock, Mike Lowery, and Rob Vandenburg, discussed how they transitioned to persona-based teams, instead of feature or component based, and how they used this to help teams keep focused on their customers despite significant growth.

Diversity Takes Centre Stage on First Day of the SpringOne Platform Conference

by Charles Humble on  Aug 04, 2016

During the opening keynote at Pivotol’s SpringOne Platform Conference in Las Vegas this week, Senior Director of Technology Cornelia Davis spoke about diversity.

Why Diversity and Inclusion Matters, and How to Drive It

by Ben Linders on  Jun 23, 2016 2

Leveraging and harnessing different ideas, perspectives and experiences from a talented and capable workforce regardless of their organizational position and background drives effectiveness in organizations. Diversity and inclusion matters to reach business objectives and be seen as a social responsible organization.

10 Years Editorial Overview

by Charles Humble on  May 26, 2016 1

InfoQ has reached an important milestone this month: we have been creating and sharing content with you for 10 years now. All along the way we remained true to our initial mission: to deliver content that can effect change and innovation in the software-development community. We rely on a team of domain practitioners who have been covering the most important and innovative topics in the industry.

Helping Great Teams Form Using the Core Protocols

by Stéphane Wojewoda on  Apr 24, 2016

The Core Protocols are a set of ideas identified by Jim and Michelle McCarthy. Richard Kasperowski will open the second day of the Agile Games Conference with an explanation of how to use these protocols to help a team transform to greatness. He spoke to InfoQ about how this happens and how they relate to other team formation models.

Economic Effects of Multitasking on an Organisation

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 19, 2016

This post talks about how multitasking negatively impacts an an organisation economically.

Is it Difficult for an Introvert to be a Mob Programmer?

by Savita Pahuja on  Mar 27, 2016

This post covers the challenges of an introverted mob programmer and some possible solutions.

New ChatOps Platform with Enterprise Features

by Hrishikesh Barua on  Mar 14, 2016

Operable.io announced Cog, a ChatOps platform that provides fine-grained access control, UNIX-like pipelining of commands and audit logging features.

Nurturing and Growing Agile Teams

by Ben Linders on  Mar 02, 2016

Andy Kelk talked about nurturing and growing agile teams at 1st Conference in Melbourne, Australia. His talk is based on the blog post Culture Gardening.

Riley Newman on How Airbnb Uses Data Science

by Jérôme Serrano on  Jan 10, 2016

Riley Newman, head of data science at Airbnb, recently published an article describing how the Californian startup defines and uses data science. He explains that data can be seen as the voice of the customers, and data science as an act of interpretation. He also details several initiatives that have been particularly important for scaling data science.

Agile Fluency at the Agile Alliance & Agile Open Northwest Open Space Conference

by Shane Hastie on  Sep 25, 2015

At the combined Agile Alliance and Agile Open Northwest Open Space event in Portland Declan Whelan and Diana Larsen led two sessions in which they explored the application of the Agile Fluency model for understanding and addressing technical debt and showed a game based on the model which teams can use to help them identify practices and principles they want to adopt based on their fluency goals

Creating an Agile Workplace

by Savita Pahuja on  Sep 25, 2015

An agile workplace is one that is constantly changing, adjusting and responding to organizational needs. How to create an Agile workplace and what are the benefits.

Business Case for Diversity in Organizations

by Ben Linders on  Sep 12, 2015

There is a positive correlation between diversity and financial performance and in an inclusive workplace, employees are more engaged which is crucial for retention and performance says Regina Chien. Having a diversity of thought and life experiences is going to help engineers create the best products.

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