TEAM development Manifesto

Principles

Collaboration for a Common Goal — “Act as a single organism”

A-Players — “Be great people who are great”

Accountability and Autonomy — “Act like it’s being built by you and your teammates”

Looking for the excellence — ”What will you do to be better tomorrow?”

Keys (Prioritized)

  1. Collaborate on one goal over coordinate for split goals
  2. Artful participation over top hard skills
  3. Give autonomy and ask for accountability over implement standard processes and monitoring
  4. Do better and simple over do more and complex
  5. Continuos improvement over a Big Bang

That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.

He intentado resumir en 4 principios y 5 puntos clave derivados de estos, las ideas que me ayudan a tomar decisiones y acciones en el desarrollo de equipos.

Intentaré ir desarrollando y elaborando los razonamientos que me hacen llegar a estas conclusiones en los siguientes posts.

Tomando los equipos en serio (I)
Tomando los equipos en serio (y II)
Principios para el desarrollo de un EQUIPO
Organizaciones “Teams-First Thinking”

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