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Introduce Shared Incentives

  • Michael Hüttermann

Abstract

This chapter will discuss shared incentives. You’ll learn how to evolve a team from a working group and you’ll discover that goals, working agreements, and motivation are essential for creating shared incentives. I’ll introduce patterns to become a team. Finally, we go through two real-world success stories, which illustrate how to bring all of these different aspects together. But let’s start with the war story of the magic kingdoms.

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Team Member Development Team Slack Time Team Building Operation Team 
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