Here is an infographic on “what is a team?”. I created it to help explain the concept in an upcoming workshop. Now I think it will be part of my basic Agile training.
- Shared Purpose or Goal
- Team Boundary – who is part of team and who is not.
- Shared responsibility to achieve the goal
- Shared work and shared results
- Maybe 5 or maximum 8 people on the team.
This was inspired by the discussion of a team at Value, Quality, Flow. They drawn on lot’s of influences, so hard to list them all here.
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