Organisations often have extremely high demand that they try to service simultaneously.
This picture might give you a sense of the problem organisations typically deal with. When the freeway is full of traffic we don’t get much flow, things slow down to near gridlock. Think about your journey to work, when the freeway is full how long does it take to get to your destination?
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Our hypothesis …
We believe that if we provide a Coaching Service.
There will be agilists, teams and leaders who will gain new insights, solve real problems and discover pathways to grow and increase their potential. This will result in people who are happier at work and who can focus on doing great things together.
We will know this to be true when we have people providing positive feedback and keep coming back for more
To test our hypothesis, we are trialing an hourly coaching service!
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So many of us have been thrust recently into remote working. We are dealing with new challenges and emerging practices to support us working effectively, blending our home and work life and maintaining social connections at a time we feel more isolated.
This seems fertile ground to start a new community of practice where people could discuss their challenges and share practices for which others might benefit. We felt this community of practice would have relevance to a group wider than the agile community we are normally engaged with. A new community group seemed appropriate over simply an event at one of the existing Agile community meetups we help organise.
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At Two Percent Shift we operate as a remote scrum team. During the day we individually focus on serving our clients. To facilitate the business of Two Percent Shift we’ve developed a set of practices and behaviours that support us in working at our best outside usual business hours and when we’re not face to face. If you are experienced or new to remote teamwork, there may be something here for you – or maybe there is something you would like to offer us in the comments.
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- Support asynchronous communications by default