Retrospective with the Celebration Grid

In projects for my clients, I regularly do retrospectives to reflect and improve our work. I also facilitate them. Usually, in a retrospective, you ask the following questions: what was good, what was bad, what needs to improve. I introduced and experimented with the „Celebration Grid“ in my retrospective. In this article, you will learn more about this practice.

Play Delegation Poker for improving decision-making and more self-organisation in your team

To get clear about each team member’s responsibility for what and at what level, I suggested introducing the management 3.0 practices „Delegation Board“, and „Delegation Poker“. Both practices not only allow you to have better transparency about the responsibility people should take over. With the delegation board and delegation poker, you can also increase employee engagement through more self-organisation within the team. In this article, you will learn more about this practice.

How to learn about the intrinsic motivation of your team by playing Moving Motivators

Moving motivators is another powerful tool and game from the Management 3.0 framework. I use “Moving motivators” in retrospective and team-building workshops. The goal of this game is to improve communication in the team by getting a better understanding of each team member’s motivation. It shows the intrinsic needs and values of each person and how everybody responds to them.

How to use a Team Competency Matrix to develop your team

I tried out and experimented with the Team Competency Matrix in my consultant network. The Competency Matrix is an easy to use but powerful Management 3.0 tool to show the competencies your team has, what you need, and where the gaps may be. In this article, I would like to share the idea behind this approach and how it helped me to verify skills, identify, and close gaps. It is a spreadsheet that lists and classifies all skills you may need in your team.

7 tips for better communication in the virtual team

If you ask managers and employees what the biggest challenge working in a virtual team is, ensuring good communication will come first. In general, communication within a team is so natural for us that we usually don't pay attention to how we communicate. And we tend to transfer common communication habits to other work situations - from the office environment to a virtual team. We often start to think about the ways how we communicate when it all fell apart. The following tips will help your virtual team to communicate more efficiently.

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