DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastDrawing people to change, instead of pushing change onto them | Sebastian Reverso
Drawing people to change, instead of pushing change onto them | Sebastian Reverso

Drawing people to change, instead of pushing change onto them | Sebastian Reverso

Update: 2019-10-021
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When introducing change to an organization, the way we present ideas and involve people become key aspects to our success. In this episode, we talk about how introducing ideas in different ways may have radically different results. We identify some approaches that have worked well, and we talk about the concept of “baby steps”, or relentless movement towards a direction. Finally, we discuss how to involve the team members directly in that process. As Scrum Masters we don’t need to tell the team what to do, they know. If they understand why the change is necessary, they can come up with the right steps.

 

About Sebastian Reverso

Sebastian is from Tucuman, Argentina. He has been working as a software developer since 2012 and as a Scrum Master since 2017. 

Among his favorite activities are mountain biking and football (soccer).

You can link with Sebastian Reverso on LinkedIn and connect with Sebastian Reverso on Twitter.

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Drawing people to change, instead of pushing change onto them | Sebastian Reverso

Drawing people to change, instead of pushing change onto them | Sebastian Reverso