February 29 - March 2, 2012
Montreal, Canada

The Five Dysfunctions of a Distributed Team

This talk is what happens when you combine the knowledge in Patrick Lencioni's book "The Five Dysfunction of a Team" with some of the ideas presented in the book "A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum" and the experiences Steffan Surdek acquired working with distributed teams in the last five years.

Last fall, Steffan read Lencioni's book and quickly realized that he could now give a better explanation to many situations he faced when working with distributed teams. In this talk, participants will learn to relate these dysfunctions to the challenges that come with being part of a distributed Scrum team. They will also come out with some suggestions and ideas on how they can address theses issues to make their distributed teams work more smoothly together.

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Steffan Surdek

Pyxis Technologies

Steffan Surdek is a senior consultant and agile coach at Pyxis Technologies. Steffan has worked in IT for more than seventeen years and worked with teams distributed around the world. In the last few years, Steffan was an agile trainer and coach in large companies such as IBM and the TD Bank Group and spoke at many conferences and user groups about agility with distributed teams.

Steffan is co-author of the book « A Practical Guide to Distributed Scrum ».

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