Every time when we talk about agile, self-organization, project teams we try to connect with team trust. Indeed, when starting a new project – you need to trust your team. Going to change the “team world” – you should earn trust. Trust is becoming a buzzword.
We would like to announce that we got started our InTeamWeTrust Slack. We are going to combine and explore the best features of this platform for discussing and growing trust.
We are going to continue our translation project. Today I would like to announce that the first version of our Team Trust Canvas is available in Polish. (Many thanks to Kamil Sztandera). Furthermore, we have published a new Russian version of the canvas. Enjoy!
Today I’m going to share with you my observation about application of the team trust canvas. Furthermore, I would say, I’m going to present several hypothesizes which are based on my experience.
As an Agile Coach I get a lot of questions from project managers, team leaders and scrum masters how to start a conversation with an agile team about trust. It is not a secret, trust is a hard topic. In my point of view, the best place where we might discuss different tough topics with an agile team is the team retrospective.
We would like to announce update for the Dutch version of our Team Trust Canvas. Many thanks to Frank van Bommel!
I would like to announce that the Dutch version of our Team Trust Canvas is available. Many thanks to Ron Eringa and Stephan van Rooden. Awesome!
Now the version of our Team Trust Canvas is available in German. Many thanks to Martin Brotzeller. Great job!
To date we’ve conducted In Team We Trust Workshops with co-located teams in over a dozen cities around the world. According to our social media analytics, the Team Trust Toolbox (the Canvas, Cards, etc) is becoming very popular indeed.