Vladimir Kelava is an experienced Agile Coach and Management 3.0 Licensed Facilitator, and has been part of the software development world for more than 12 years, working as a Software Engineer, Team Leader, Scrum Master, and Agile Coach.
He is passionate about encouraging people to grow and to create a better work environment in healthy and thriving teams. Helping people embrace an agile mindset, innovation and new ways of working through participative leadership is his everyday life. Vladimir is very interested in industrial and organizational psychology, always available to talk about the role of management in an agile environment, especially over a glass of good craft beer. Invite him for one and see it for yourself.
Vladimir is also a Management 3.0 Licensed Facilitator, blending well with his interest in the topic of the role of management in an agile environment. His style is casual and revolves around interactions with people. In his work, he aptly uses storytelling, metaphors, and a lot of real-life examples. More often than not you’ll see him drawing flip charts on the fly, always willing to go the extra mile to explain the concepts. He knows concepts – he lives them. People love him for his authenticity, receptiveness, and genuine interest.
Topic: Decisions, decisions…decisions everywhere…
In most cases, organizations want to distribute decision-making to teams. Teams are doing the actual work, and are often better in making decisions about the work than managers. Great teams make clear and timely decisions and move forward without falling into decision paralysis. But what happens when the manager tells the team to decide, and just walk away? Empowering a team is great…but what is happening in the team? How does the team make decisions? Should they always vote like a democracy? Is it ok when just one person makes a decision? Or should they always reach a consensus when making decisions?
Decisions can be made by one person or carried out by a part or whole team. The question is when to use which approach and how will the team decide? This is where the decision model comes in. Management 3.0 now has a tool to help you: The Team Decision Matrix.
The Team Decision Matrix helps you and your team know when to use which decision method. It helps determine if you have to consult the team or just decide yourself and furthermore if the decision has to be agreed upon by the whole team or not.
At this workshop we will learn and discuss:
- how the Team Decision Matrix can support teams in self-organization;
- what are the Team Decision Cards;
- the importance of clarity when it comes to decision-making in teams;
- decisions in a team – the five-team decision models;
- how do we make decisions in a team;
- how to avoid decision-making paralysis;
For this workshop, basic Agile knowledge/experience is recommended, but it is not required. Also, this workshop is going to be in the Serbian language!