Dynamic Reteaming: The Art & Wisdom of Changing Teams Scrum Alliance Global Gathering, April 10, 2017, San Diego, CA
High Performance via Psychological Safety Workshop with Joshua KerievskyAgile & Beyond, May 4-5, 2017, Ann Arbor, MI
Dynamic Reteaming: The Art & Wisdom of Changing Teams Agile & Beyond, May 4-5, 2017, Ann Arbor, MI
Dynamic Reteaming: The Art & Wisdom of Changing Teams, Agile World, June 26-27, 2017, Munich, Germany.
Dynamic Reteaming at Agile Prague, Sept 11-12, 2017.
Nov 9, 2016: Berlin, Germany. Coaching workshop for a private client.
Oct 6-7, 2016: Berkeley, California Agile Open Northern California Draw Your Future Session
Sept 21-23: Sardinia, Italy Co-Facilitating a Modern Agile workshop with Joshua Kerievsky, Industrial Logic
Sept 15-16, 2016: Irvine, California Agile Open Southern California
July 25, 2016 Video from Agile 2016 Dynamic Reteaming Talk
July 25, 2016 Slides from Agile 2016 Dynamic Reteaming Talk
July 25, 2016: Dynamic Reteaming Case Study.
July 25, 2016: Atlanta, GA: Agile 2016 Experience Report: Dynamic Reteaming: How We Thrive By Rebuilding Teams
June 22, 2016, Slides from Agile Israel talk reteamingTelAvivJune2016pdf
June 22, 2016, Tel Aviv, Israel: Agile Israel Talk: Dynamic Reteaming: How We Thrive By Rebuilding Teams. Who says you need stable teams in order to build a successful software company? We’ve thrived through dynamic reteaming – the act of moving team members around teams in different ways. While the addition or removal of one person from a team means you have a “new team”, there is a myth that when your team compositions change you’re doing it wrong. Reteaming helps improve your organization, your code and most importantly your people. For the past 9 years, from startup to public company, reteaming has been critical to our success. Reteaming has propelled our engineers’ learning. In this experience report, I share the what, why and how about reteaming.
June 17, 2016: San Diego, CA: Scrum Day San Diego Workshop: Improve your Communication with Coaching Skills If you know and care about the people you work with, everything else is easier. So how can you get to know other people better? How do you show you care? In this interactive session you will experience and practice skills such as listening and asking open-ended, powerful questions to really draw out the other person. Doing that raises positivity, and can help you to build stronger relationships in all aspects of your life. Here are the slides.
May 24, 2016 – Blogged: 5 Ways to Build Relationships in Product Development Teams. Guest post on productplan.com
May 2016: Ypsilanti, MI: Agile And Beyond talk on Dynamic Re-Teaming: How We Build and Rebuild Teams. Abstract: Who says you need stable teams in order to build a successful software company? We’ve thrived with dynamically changing feature teams for the past 8 years from startup to public company. During this time, we’ve come up with several strategies to help individuals and teams gel and get up to speed as fast as possible. In this talk we’ll share the specifics, which relate to teambuilding, onboarding and continuous learning/reflection.
2015: Agile at AppFolio, Stories from the Past 8 Years. Video of talk, SB Agile meetup, Oct 2015.
2015: 8 Years Agile – From Startup ScrumMaster to Agile Coaching Group at a Company of 500, Experience report, Agile Alliance 2015 Convention, Washington DC.
2014: People Managers – Transform your one-on-one meetings with coaching techniques, Heidi Helfand (AppFolio, Inc.) Poster Session at the Grace Hopper Convention for Women in Computing.
2000: Shetzer, H. & Warschauer, M. (2000) An Electronic Literacy Approach to Network-Based Language Teaching, in Warschauer & R. Kern (Eds.) Network-Based Language Teaching: Concepts and practice (pp. 171-185). New York: Cambridge University Press.
2000: Internet for English Teaching, Mark Warschauer, Heidi Shetzer, Christine Meloni.