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Thursday, May 4 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Tuckman was wrong

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Stable Teams have long been a known and accepted leading practice in agile. And Tuckman's stages of group development proves the need for stable teams, right? But what if that's not correct? Doc posits that Tuckman's is actually a disproven theory that none-the-less mysteriously persists. What if, by stabilizing teams, we solved a completely different problem? And what if by de-stabilizing teams we could better solve other problems?

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Doc Norton

Co-Founder; Agile Catalyst, OnBelay
Doc is passionate about working with teams to improve delivery and building great organizations. Once a dedicated code slinger, Doc has turned his energy toward helping teams, departments, and companies work better together in the pursuit of better software. Working with a wide range... Read More →

Thursday May 4, 2017 1:00pm - 1:45pm EDT
Auditorium 1 Seating 200: Theater