Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey
Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey
Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey
Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey
Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey
Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey

Workshop: Diagnose Your Team Together, With The Scrum Team Survey

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The Liberators
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In our work with Scrum teams, we find that many don't know where to start. Or worse, they give up and resign to the situation. We created this workshop to get out of the rut. Or to take a look in the mirror together, and see if you like the results, and if not, what you can change.

How does this help your team?

We created the Scrum Team Survey to support Scrum teams in their continuous improvement loop. The first step in that loop is to create transparency around where you are right now, and then to work together as a team to identify improvements and make adaptations.

We designed this do-it-yourself workshop to help invite your team while paying attention to risks and issues of safety and diagnosing the results together. Because a careless invitation, and a haphazard approach, can cause more harm than you intend.

With the instructions in this guide, you should be able to run this workshop smoothly. We also describe the functionality of the survey in detail. We hope that explaining its purpose helps you to use it more effectively.

If you do need support, we can also facilitate this workshop with you remotely. Contact us at [info@theliberators.com](mailto:info@theliberators.com) for availability and pricing.

What do you receive

  • A 16-page PDF that describes how to run this workshop.
  • A detailed explanation of the core functionality of the Scrum Team Survey.
  • Some additional resources to inspire you and to dig deeper.
  • A step-by-step guide with additional backgrounds, example invitations, and timeboxed exercises (with Liberating Structures).