In this episode, Mike discusses his experience working on a project to develop a new app in just one month. Despite overcommitting without a clear scope of work and still learning how to structure the work, there was a lot of waterfall mentality among the team members. As pressure mounted, the team started to experience dysfunction, but they eventually came together to deliver the project on time.
The team’s retrospectives were initially conflictuous, but this competitive conflict helped the team to build up and become better. Listen in to learn how to harness constructive conflict and help your team achieve more than they thought was possible.
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About Mike Salogub
Mike’s an accomplished, committed and creative Scrum Master with over 10+ years of expanding horizons in the healthcare technology industry. Focused on continuous improvement using data to inform business decisions, and driving innovation to meet the needs of patients.
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