If your organization has a blame culture, team members get discouraged and mistrust leaders. It focuses on pointing fingers, not coming up with solutions to move forward. To increase trust, inspire creativity, and nurture a generative culture with your team, here are three things leaders can do instead of placing blame.
Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. Adam Sandman, director of technology at Inflectra, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed the main challenges testers face today, what modern users expect, and how to approach test automation.
At first glance, working from home might sound ideal, and it can be. But even with all the benefits, there are also numerous challenges. Deciding where, how, and when to work can take some adjustment. As more people are asked to or choose to work from home, these seven tips can help make the most out of remote work.
For a Scrum team to operate successfully, the entire team must honor the Scrum values of commitment, courage, focus, openness, and respect. But it's easy to fall into practices that can erode trust and collaboration. Here are three common anti-patterns that emerge in Scrum, as well as the solutions to overcome them.
Being distributed can cause challenges for team collaboration, such as insufficient communication and a lack of visibility. However, advancements in tools, technology, and best practices have helped to lessen some of those challenges. Here are four ways to make collaborating with distributed teams more seamless.
Embracing an agile mindset isn’t always easy, and it can be especially difficult for senior managers who spent most of their careers working in more traditional development methodologies. By trying to speak the same language and demonstrating successful self-organization, teams can help senior management become agile.
Enjoying your job isn’t just a nice perk. Happiness enhances motivation, leads to higher job satisfaction, and increases productivity. Companies can provide opportunities for employees to engage in meaningful ways, but it’s up to the people to create and innovate. Here are three ways to inject fun into your workday.