The Scrum framework thrives in complex environments, where more is unknown than that is known. That requires decentralized decision-making and self-managing teams. This level of autonomy is incredibly powerful, yet just as incredibly difficult to install. The guys from the Self-Org Chefs are here to talk to us.
What you’ll discover in this show:
– Self-management is a layered concept
– In order for self-management to work, a great level of trust is needed
– Leadership can make or break self-management in your environment
Organization and Team Transformation coach & Licensed Scrum.org Professional Scrum Trainer
I am an Agile professional who is passionate about getting the most out of people and teams. Getting organizations and individuals more agile, more customer-oriented, and creating high-performing teams has become my personal mission over the years. My aim is to enable employees to be fully empowered and support self-selection in all areas within agile organizations.
I believe in stimulating and enabling continuous improvement
and enjoy working in cross-cultural and virtual teams. Being part of
international companies has provided me the opportunity to further develop my
social and intercultural communication skills. This has allowed me to
successfully work with several virtual teams over the years.
Due to my knowledge of working in virtual teams and cross-cultural
management, I have also successfully worked in several international teams to
provide IT solutions to their customers
Contact Ziryan Salayi:
Agile Transformation & Self-organization Coach
Jordann’s purpose is to nurture environments in which people can become their best selves. He believes one should manage the system and not just the people. Enabling environments in which people grow to new heights gives him energy.
Doing this made him an experienced enterprise and executive
coach. He coaches on agile leadership & mindset, facilitates
transformations to become future-fit, and designs adaptive & scaling
Jordann’s hobbies around kid’s camp and board games give him
an energetic and playful approach. Leading to his motto: ‘putting the fun in
functional.’ As work in the current age of disruption should be something that
gives you energy.
Let’s just hope your competition is ready for this!
Contact Jordan Gross:
Sander Dur (host)
Scrum Master, Agile Coach, trainer, and podcast host for ‘Mastering Agility”
Sander Dur is a business agility enthusiast, with a passion for people. Whether it’s healthy product development, agile leadership, measurement, or psychological safety, Sander has the drive to enable organizations to the best of their abilities. He is an avid article writer, working on a book about Scrum Mastery from the Trenches, and is connecting listeners with the most influential people in the industry.
Kickstart your own self-organization journey with our three-step workshop www.selforgchefs.com