Re: [scrumdevelopment] "Dysfunctions of team" and material about "team building"
- Max Pendyshchuk wrote:
> Here I want toRead both books, and they are both quite good. They actually go hand in
> ask whether anybody read "...Dysfunctions of team..." by the same
> author ("Five Disfunctions of team", "Overcoming Disfunctions of team"
> etc. - and by the way, is here big differences between those books or
> it is some kind of "next edition").
hand: the former presents a model to understand the typical dysfunctions
of a team, mostly in the form of a business novel. The latter builds on
that model to present ways to overcome those dysfunctions.
I actually liked the "overcoming" book more, but you need to read the
other first to be able to understand it, I guess.
> Maybe you can advice something interesting about "team" ("Peopleware"I just ordered "Leading Self-Directed Work Groups" after taking a look
> by Tom DeMarco I have read).
into a copy of a friend. Might be interesting to you, too.