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Opinion: What 2017 Has in Store for Culture & Methods

by Shane Hastie Follow 9 Followers , Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers , Susan McIntosh Follow 4 Followers , Rui Miguel Ferreira Follow 2 Followers , Craig Smith Follow 2 Followers on  Jan 11, 2017

We polled the InfoQ Culture & Methods editors for their takes on what 2017 has in store for the technology industry, what are the trends which we see coming to the fore and what the implications will be for organizations around the globe.

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Researcher Recognized for Advances in Team Performance Techniques

by Susan McIntosh Follow 4 Followers 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.

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Creating an Agile Workplace

by Savita Pahuja Follow 1 Followers 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.

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Jurgen Appelo on Better Management with Fewer Managers

by Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers on  Dec 12, 2014

At the Dare Festival Antwerp 2014 Jurgen Appelo talked about his new book Management 3.0 Workout and showed examples how organizations can improve the way that they manage themselves.

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Reactions to Yahoo!’s Decision to Forbid Employee Telecommuting

by Abel Avram Follow 4 Followers on  Mar 01, 2013 8

Yahoo!’s recent decision to call all employees to work from company’s offices has raised some questions especially throughout the telecommuting community. Is this a disguised move to lay off people? Is it a misunderstanding of how remoting is to be managed? Is this the right move for Yahoo!?

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Is Agile Stifling Introverts?

by Todd Charron Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 31, 2012 11

For years Agile has been encouraging teams to work together collaboratively in open spaces and encouraging developers to pair program, but lately these types of practices have been coming under fire.

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Co-location Transition, Tips and Concerns

by Mark Levison Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 16, 2008 3

What are the tricks to successfully transitioning from cubicles to a team room? What are the concerns? Ideas include: make the change an experiment, make sure everyone is heard.

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Complaint-Free Iterations

by Geoffrey Wiseman Follow 0 Followers on  Apr 17, 2008 3

No software project is perfect, nor is the organization in which the project takes place. When your software project goes wrong, do your team members complain, or do they take corrective action? The Complaint Free World project encourages people to take notice of how often they complain, and reduce the frequency of the complaints, aiming for a goal of twenty-one complaint-free days.

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Well Formed Teams: Helping Teams Thrive, not just Survive

by Mark Levison Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 25, 2008

What does it take to create a high-performing team? According to Doug Shimp and Samall Hazziez, a "Well Formed Team" exhibits the following characteristics: follow Agile and Lean principles, use an adaptive system with a feedback loop, are focused on the business vision, are passionate and hyper-productive.

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Do Dedicated Team Rooms Make for More Productive Teams?

by Ben Hughes Follow 0 Followers on  Dec 06, 2007 5

Following a recent article on Science Daily, and a flurry of activity on the Lean Agile Scrum mailing list, InfoQ summarizes what factors make for an optimal team room, and in some cases influence whether a team room is effective at all.

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Sharing What's Worked: Patterns for Adopting Agile Practices

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss Follow 0 Followers on  Nov 06, 2006 1

Organizations adopting Agile naturally ask these questions; "Where do I start?", "What specific practices should I adopt?", "How can I adopt incrementally?" and "Where can I expect pitfalls?" In this article, Amr Elssamadisy gives a glimpse into an ongoing effort to document Agile practice adoption patterns: Participants at XPday Montreal took a stab at "Simple Design" and "Pair Programming."

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Common misconceptions about paired programming

by Floyd Marinescu Follow 16 Followers on  Nov 03, 2006 2

Paired programming is an agile practice that is the source of much debate. Martin Fowler has posted an article on common misconceptions with paired programming, suggesting that pair programming is not a requirement of XP, it does not halve productivity, and others.

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Study: Co-Located Teams vs. the Cubicle Farm

by Deborah Hartmann Preuss Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 13, 2006

Many trainers agree that co-location is essential to really see the benefits of Agile, but proof of this has been largely anecdotal. On the ScrumDevelopment list recently, an interesting conversation was launched when a member pointed out a study conducted at a Fortune 50 auto maker, comparing productivity gains in collaborative workspaces versus traditional cubicle culture projects.

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