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Yet another tip to create agile TEAMS

We're pleased to announce that during our last Peer Learning week, one additional concept really inspired the participants. This concept was labelled 'Gas or Brake'. Please read it by scrolling down. The concept was shared during our recent Peer Learning Week (November 12th to 16th) between managers of large organizations on how to make teams more #Agile.

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Gas or Brake

Creativity needs to flow to increase agility. Each team has creators, coming up with ideas, and critics, challenging and questioning ideas. Sometimes creators feel held back by critics. In these cases it’s good to ask your team members what is more important in a car: gas or brake. Opinions will differ, but eventually you need both: a car only arrives at its destination safely when gas and brake are used intermittently. So try to differentiate between brainstorming ideas (gas) and challenging them (brake).

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Happy Learning !!

Your InspiringPeople Team

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