Andy is an Agile Coach and Senior Scrum Master at a Fortune 50 company. He serves multiple cross-functional software development teams (composed of engineers, UI/UX designers, product owners, testers, etc ...) who are building a national ecommerce platform.
One of his key challenges relates to the distributed nature of his team. To foster communication and collaboration, the teams are using tools like Slack and JIRA, but those platforms don’t do all that much to develop empathy nor give a visual representation of the heartbeat of the team - like meeting around the watercooler would (one can only do so much with emoticons!)
“How powerful would it be to visualize the pulse of your team on a daily basis?”
How does Andy use TeamMood?
To gain insights on his teams’ moods and feelings on a daily basis and to spot trends over time
To gather feedback via comments on a contemporaneous basis
To get a leading indicator of team performance
Gain Insights on Teams’ Mood
TeamMood not only provides insights into the mood of a team, it also gives the opportunity for each teammate to share his or her comments contemporaneously.
According to Andy,
Keeping track of the team’s health is especially vital for an agile team, for which each day can be decisive, and a team’s progress toward their sprint goals depends on each and everyone’s collective contribution.
Healthy Agile Teams
“Team mood is a leading indicator of team performance.”
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