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The Groupishness of Groups
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| by Katy Rowett Follow 0 Followers on Nov 22, 2017 |

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Katy Rowett explores some of the social defenses that teams might engage in when people leave or join groups or when management seems to work against them.

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Katy Rowett is Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks. Katy’s career spans over 25 years in multiple industries and across many geographies including India, Singapore, China, Uganda, Berlin and Spain. She has been an advocate and leader within the Agile movement in Australia and abroad, leading organizations through transformations and has gratefully served many people as a leader, coach and mentor.

Agile Australia was founded in 2009 as an annual Conference. Since then, not only has the Conference grown to welcome over 1,200 delegates each year as well as high-profile speakers from around the country and the world, but Agile Australia has also become much more than a Conference. AgileAus is a hub for the Australian agilist community and those interested in better ways of working.

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