Re: [scrumdevelopment] Agile team member loss
- Hello RafaelOn Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 2:42 AM, Rafael Nascimento <rafaelnascimento.rj@...> wrote:
I need to know how could I coach a team through the process of losing one of its highly collaborative member.Why did team perceived this member as highly collaborative ?Was he bringing more fun, more tech, more erlang, more beers ?Then ask team to plan how to compensate first voted contribution of member loss ?Why do you believe there is a process for such events ?Curious, Thierry
> I'd like to minimize the psychological and motivational impacts. AnyYou might ask how the team members feel about the loss. That would give
you the impacts the team experiences.
The Kubler-Ross model covers the five stages of grief. It might help to
be aware of them.
I try to have a ceremony for the team celebrating the accomplishments
and how the person leaving contributed to the team's success. At a later
time move into a "how will we do this now" conversation.
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- Not sure how big a problem this is, but maybe after a short amount of time it will become apparent that actually there maybe opportunities for others to demonstrate how they also have some of these attributes......
I have always through it dangerous to have people who we cannot do without. Not saying you are in this boat, but I am unsure as to the psychological impact of a colleague leaving. Unles it through death, redundancy etc....
Any more background?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rafael Nascimento <rafaelnascimento.rj@...> wrote:
> Hi people!
> I need to know how could I coach a team through the process of losing one of
> its highly collaborative member.
> I'd like to minimize the psychological and motivational impacts. Any
> Best regards!
> Rafael Nascimento