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In this podcast episode, Bram discusses the topic of thinking that one knows it all, and how this attitude can negatively impact a team's ability to effectively implement agile methodologies. Bram notes that this mindset can lead to a lack of respect from team members and a tendency to focus solely on following the sprint guide without considering the needs of the team. To combat this, Bram suggests bringing up the sprint goal without mentioning it by name, and focusing on identifying areas where team members can work together effectively. Additionally, Bram advises using curiosity to engage team members and encourage collaboration. Listen to the episode to gain a deeper understanding of how to overcome the challenges of thinking you know it all and bring agile goodness to your team.
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About Bram De Block
Bram is not an official trainer, consultant nor freelancer. He is just himself, supporting colleagues in applying and growing their own potential and getting stuff done. Bram started as a software developer for 10 years, then grew into a half-time agile coach, and finally, full-time "Global Agile Lead" at Skyline Communications. Something "special" he learned (even if he wishes it wasn't special): the meaning and impact of "respect".
You can link with Bram De Block on LinkedIn, or meet Bram face-to-face at this meetup he hosts in Belgium.