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Discovering what drives a blame culture in a Scrum team | Christian Hofstetter

Discovering what drives a blame culture in a Scrum team | Christian Hofstetter

Update: 2020-06-16
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Christian was asked to step in and give his insights on how one team was performing. When he joined a Sprint Planning he saw “finger-pointing” and a culture of blame. When he looked deeper he found some of the patterns that were fostering that culture. 

In this episode, we discuss some of the patterns that drive a blame culture. 

Featured Book of the Week: Reinventing Organizations by Frederic Laloux

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In this segment, we refer to the idea and model of Spiral Dynamics.

 

About Christian Hofstetter

Christian is an enthusiastic Release Train Engineer, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and Facilitator who started his agile journey as a Product Owner. Later he turned his back on technology and focused on people and relationships. He is passionate about creating space for people and teams to be the best they can be.

You can link with Christian Hofstetter on LinkedIn.

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Discovering what drives a blame culture in a Scrum team | Christian Hofstetter

Discovering what drives a blame culture in a Scrum team | Christian Hofstetter