or more dynamic occurrence of group creativity, but their absence can prevent or delay its emergence.
They are also all available to Agile teams.
- - Jeff Sutherland, Ph.D. and Ken Schwaber, 2007, The Scrum Papers
- - Do schools kill creativity?, Sir Ken Robinson, TED2006
About the Author
Joanna Zweig holds a Ph.D. in Integral Studies with an emphasis on Learning and Change in Human Systems (how groups learn and Change) from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California and a Project management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Her research on Group Coherence was motivated by her practical experience in two collaborative professional fields where groups exceeded expectations and experienced enormous energy and success in their goals.
César Idrovo created his first hyper-productive team at JPMorgan London during 2000, in response to strong demand for his own work. He recruited a highly heterogeneous group and implemented “continuous collaboration” to achieve high team cohesion and tangible results. In several instances, his team’s tactical solutions were adopted as strategic implementations and are still in use today.