Debugging a Dysfunctional Team

Debugging a Dysfunctional Team

Posted by richard | May 18, 2011 | Conferences, Microsoft, Scrum

UPDATE (3 June 2011): Watch the recorded presentation on Channel 9.

Yesterday I gave a talk at TechEd on Dysfunctional software development teams. We primarily focused on people dysfunctions, but also talked about process and tool dysfunctions.

If you attended, thank you for patience with my laryngitis. You can find the presentation attached below.

Leo Tolstoy

Here are a few bookmarks from the presentation:

Files: Slides (7mb)

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