How to help teams self-organize, and why that matters to Scrum teams. Success stories from self-organizing teams.
Karin shares stories from her recent book: Moose Heads on the Table: Stories About Self-Managing Organisations from Sweden.
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Karin’s book’s title “Moose Heads on the Table” is a reference to a method she describes that helps her work with teams towards self-organization. We start this episode by discussing what that metaphor means, and why it is so critical for teams wanting to self-organize.
Karin refers that it is critical to bring up the hot topics (the Moose heads) and discuss those openly and without judgment. It is not always necessary to have an idea of what a solution would look like, and being open about that with the teams is actually a bonus in the self-organization process!
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