In this episode, Danielle recounts her initial Scrum project involving a transformative team seating arrangement. Despite a grand vision, initial resistance to change emerged, with the team rejecting the idea. Reflecting on the first lesson learned, the importance of their buy-in was highlighted. Employing strategies to shift perspectives, they focused on making the change appealing, visiting bustling areas to contrast with a quiet space. Key tips emerged: showcasing benefits visually, active listening to needs, and creating a receptive environment. Danielle underscores the significance of adapting to individual requirements and prioritizing customer feedback for successful change implementation.
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About Danielle Braun
Danielle is a Scrum Master and systemic coach. She strongly believes in the power of teams and that we carry the solution to all challenges within us.
Franny was working in a very traditional, and old company. She was hired to work with a small team in their Digital Transformation. If being an Agile Coach in a tech organization is hard enough, what Franny was about to face was orders of magnitude harder! However, thanks to the fact that the organization was not ready for Agile, Franny learned the importance of going through the change process with patience and persistence! Listen in to learn the process they followed in that organization, that helped them transform!
About Franziska Moenster
Franny (short for Franziska) loves seeing the power of building strong performing teams that build products in a customer centric way. She’s been working as a Scrum Master/Agile Coach for over 5 years. Profiting from her hands-on experience on scaling agile across teams and her joy of trying out new things she is always inspecting and adapting on an organizational level as well! On a personal note, she has recently moved to Tenerife to follow her passion of freediving.
Steen shares the story of a transition from Waterfall to Agile. He describes an approach to change that starts with some small changes, and slowly increases the things under change with the aim to make the process feel more like a natural evolution. Listen in to learn about the process and the lessons that Steen learned along the way.