Team Mastery with Milestone Cards
A guide to getting your team from good to great with milestone cards to help chart and celebrate your journey.
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Written by UK's Leading Agile Coach
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Revolutionary New Hybrid Book Format
At last agile expert Geoff Watts has completed his Mastery trilogy. And it's been worth the wait! An innovative style of book including tear-out cards this book will help you become a truly great team.
Team Mastery: From Good to Great Agile Teamwork
What you'll learn from this book
What is greatness – The key characteristics of great teams and how your team can achieve greatness.
The path to greatness – The common milestones to aim for and look out for on your journey to greatness.
Tools for greatness – Hundreds of tools, techniques and resources to help your team grow.
The case for greatness – The risks and rewards of aiming for greatness
From Good to Great Agile Teamwork
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Team Mastery: From Good To Great Agile Teamwork
Have you been part of a great team? Amazing isn’t it?
Everyone pulling together, supporting each other and achieving great things. Speaking honestly, delivering quality and managing themselves. Having seen hundreds of teams I have identified the common patterns of great teams and share stories of how to grow in the important areas of:
I believe everyone should have the experience of being part of a great team and this book will help more teams achieve greatness.
Team Mastery not only shares real life stories of teams finding their way from good to great but also contains 50 tear-out cards you can use to plan, track and celebrate your growth as a team.
Reviews & Testimonials
SCRUM MASTERY & PRODUCT MASTERY
After the success of my two previous agile books - Scrum Mastery and Product Mastery - I have been asked many times when I would write the final book in the "trilogy" and inevitably call it Team Mastery.
Well, I have thought about it for a while and something has stopped me. Recently I realised what that was - I didn't think it felt right to write it as a traditional book.