When organizations adopt agile practices, a fundamental shift in culture is required. Not only does this mean creating a project development plan and establishing methods of open communication, but teams are suddenly required to participate in the decision-making process and to take ownership of commitments. Project leaders are expected to create and facilitate this shift to a collaborative culture. While collaborative cultures ultimately create stronger, more productive teams with a vested interest in an organization’s success, the move to collaboration can sometimes be challenging.
To facilitate positive collaboration, move the team dynamics from divergent to convergent thinking*:
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