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  • Spectrum of views  + (Form subgroups that listen to each other’s conversations to discover differences that can be integrated.)
  • Six plus or minus one  + (Foster teams of six plus or minus one so they excel in communication saturation and collective team knowledge.)
  • Pen storm  + (Generate a number of ideas and leave some white space in between for the others to embellish and augment.)
  • 3 × 3 rule  + (Get any three levels and any three functions into the same conversation on any issue of mutual concern.)
  • Whole elephant  + (Get out all the issues, find out what matters most, and only then explore any solutions and directions to resolve one or more issues.)
  • Time to express yourself  + (Give people time to come to grips with their feelings before focusing on action.)
  • Agile architect  + (Grow a system, don't build it.)
  • Agile team dōjō  + (Guide and coach the team through an intense weekly training program.)
  • Lazy finish  + (Hand-off the request to another party where it can later be retrieved and completed.)
  • Daily standup  + (Have a short inspect-adapt meeting, that lasts at most 15 minutes, every day.)
  • Focus on focus off  + (Have everyone compare words like inquiry/advocacy, dialogue/debate, conversation/argument, their meaning, and how they impact behavior.)
  • Back brief  + (Have others brief what they think has just been said back to the sender so you can check if the intent is well understood; clarify when needed.)
  • One service deserves another  + (Have the product owner crew decide which build squad will pull this item into their sprint backlog.)
  • Allies experience differences  + (Identify differences, make them heard, involve everyone, create subgroups exploring and integrating the differences.)
  • Scrumming the scrum  + (Identify the single most important accelerator at the Sprint Retrospective and remove it before the end of the next sprint.)
  • Weak signals, big action  + (Improve your situational awareness and take big action when weak signals elude danger.)
  • Whole system in the room  + (In each meeting, include all the relevant people who “ARE IN” .)
  • Match people to the task  + (Include all key actors in the dialogue.)
  • Are in  + (Include the right mix of authority, resources, expertise, information and those affected.)
  • Knowledge injection  + (Inject the required knowledge by hiring an external expert or coach that teaches the team to fish (rather than feeding it a fish).)
  • We don’t make mistakes, we learn  + (Insititutionalize failures.)
  • Kanban  + (Institutionalize reflection and retrospection at all levels and across all disciplines.)
  • Interview & draw  + (Interview the other for five muntes while sketching what you hear, using little or no words.)
  • Cumulative flow diagram  + (Know how to collect and interpret good data from your ‘operating system’.)
  • Intent at least two levels up  + (Know the intent at least two levels up and decide in favor of that general direction. Subordinate everything else.)
  • Daily scrum of scrums  + (Let one or more team members from each team have a short, daily meeting.)
  • Just say no  + (Listen to the other's request and provide an understanding “No”, along with its motivation. Find a solution and track progress.)
  • Product portfolio  + (Maintain a product portfolio.)
  • Set of reference stories  + (Maintain a set of baselined reference stories used by all squads as a benchmark for estimation.)
  • Blocker waiting room  + (Make blocked items stand out and move them to a special subcell in the current column, release them as soon as possible and continue working on them before pulling in new work into this column.)
  • Ready to build  + (Make sure any item is fully ready to implement before you start working on it.)
  • Ruthlessly lovingly  + (Make sure concrete and co-evolve clear values, principles and fair conventions and guidelines and uphold them ruthlessly.)
  • Snapshot delivery  + (Make sure that everything that comes out of the build cycle is ready to release so that you effortlessly can deploy it.)
  • Meeting length proportional to agenda  + (Match the gathering’s length to its agenda and goal.)
  • Clarifying go-around  + (Nearly always start with a go-around, giving everyone a chance to suggest a next step.)
  • Story telling  + (Obey the 10 commandments of story telling.)
  • Only move forward  + (Only promote items—never back them up to a previous state—and mark the item blocked until all earlier work completes.)
  • Weighted shortest job first  + (Order the items based on weighted shortest job first.)
  • Foreign glimpses  + (Organize a few short and effective visits to other scrum teams, preferably outside your own company.)
  • Pair working  + (Pair up in a master apprentice way. Or just pair.)
  • Decision spectrum  + (Pick the fastest decision process on the on the scale from “fast” to “well-anchored”.)
  • Speed and adaptability  + (Practice speedy decision-making, agility, and flexibility. Outmaneuver uncertainty.)
  • Don’t just do something, stand there!  + (Prepare and structure gatherings thoroughly and carefully. Invite the right people. Manage yourself.)
  • Even over  + (Publish and pin “even over” statements all over the place.)
  • Yesterday’s weather  + (Pull a little bit less, and certainly no more than the running average of the velocities of the last three sprints into the new sprint.)
  • Decentral control  + (Put decision-makers close to the action and facilitate decentral control so decisions can be made quick and nimble.)
  • Mirror, mirror on the wall  + (Read out loud the three qualities of someone you find totally attractive and someone you find totally irritating.)
  • Product review meeting  + (Reserve time in the agenda to collect some basic feedback about the results of the last sprint.)
  • Ritual dissent and assent  + (Ritualize dissent and assent and consent to harden ideas and proposals and their decisions.)
  • Open space  + (Ritualize regular open space gatherings.)