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  1. 7 Things: How to make good Teams great? Sven Peters - Atlassian @svenpet

  2. That‘sme Sven Peters Ambassador Atlassian speters@atlassian.com @svenpet svenpet.com

  3. How to make Software Teams great?

  4. How to make Agile Teams great?

  5. How to make Good Teams great?

  6. How to make Teams great? you

  7. Beware! We‘re Australian, mate!

  8. Programmers Heaven We kick ass Kick Ass Team Kick Ass Product

  9. Challenging Technique Motivation Productive Improve Innovation Team Passion

  10. Companies do What

  11. are Companies doing this? Why

  12. the change you seek Be

  13. 7 Things: How to make good Teams great?

  14. 1 It‘s Flowtime

  15. vs.

  16. Do notdisturb Time

  17. Do notdisturb the rest

  18. Reality Check: How easy is it to implement in a corporate environment? Feasibility Points: Awesomeness Points: How great will your team be?

  19. 2 Feedyour Brain

  20. go to Jfokus or another Conference Barcamp or any other Open Space conf free - cheap Jug or any other User Group free

  21. organize Coding Sessions

  22. organize Brown Bags

  23. Reality Check: Feasibility Points: Awesomeness Points:

  24. 3 Well done! Say:

  25. Appreciation also of small things

  26. Appreciation is important for happiness

  27. Appreciation made public

  28. Appreciation for everybody

  29. Appreciation should be easy!

  30. Appreciation without approval

  31. Feel free to recognise someone for something awesome they've done (no approval required!) To recognise a colleague, please click here. Atlassian Extranet

  32. Reality Check: Feasibility Points: Awesomeness Points:

  33. 4 eport obot R

  34. We‘re wild Features completed about collecting data Code Reviews Support Response Evaluations Web Ads Cycle Time Phone Sales Customer Applicants Testserver Velocity Lead Time Interviews Builds Performance cases Satisfaction Time Time Traffic

  35. We‘re wild about automated reports

  36. We‘re wild about sharing data „ An information radiator is a display posted in a place where people can see it as they work or walk by. It shows readers information they care about without having to ask anyone a question. Alistair Cockburn

  37. Reality Check: Feasibility Points: Awesomeness Points:

  38. 5 Eatyour own Dog Food

  39. Testing

  40. Better

  41. Result

  42. Eatingyour own Dog Food is alpha testing

  43. Eatingyour own Dog Food is understanding

  44. Eatingyour own Dog Food is painful

  45. Eatingyour own Dog Food is fast feedback

  46. Eatingyour own Dog Food is less QA

  47. Eatingyour own Dog Food is efficent work for QA

  48. Dogfooding @ Atlassian

  49. Reality Check: Feasibility Points: Awesomeness Points:

  50. Experimentation 6 Time