Operating in such a way that it is easy for others to see what actions are performed with openness,
communication and accountability.
Family members get things done on time and meet expectations.
3. Structure and clarity.
Happy & High-performing family has clear goals, and have well-defined roles within the group.
The day to day activities have personal significance to each member.
An action of examination being done, out of curiosity, in order to check the current behavior or situation without judgement.
The enablement to get along with greatest success and least conflict with others .
The family believes their activity is purposeful and positively impacts the greater good.
Yes, that's four, not five. The last one stood out from the rest:
8. Psychological Safety.
Being able to act without fear of negative consequences and by that feel accepted and respected.
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Introduction to Agile-In-The-Family
Intro to the framework
The basic events of the family
the elements in a visual board
The roles & the basic tools
Acting as kids in the family
The 5 backlogs of the family
Acting as Scrum Master in the family
Acting as Product Owner in the family
Motivate the family with fun
Finding the motivational buttons in the family
Arguing without fighting
The peace in mind as a tool