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Have you read our new research report? It uncovers the current state of team health in Australia and the U.S. and the news is, well, we'll let you decide...
In our research, we discovered that most teams are still searching for that magic combo of practices, people, and purpose that will kick them into a high-performance groove. Has your team found it?
These Plays can help get you there:
First, take an honest look in the mirror with the Health Monitor. You’ll learn where your team needs to focus, identify areas for improvement, and then use that knowledge to identify other Plays that will boost your team's performance.
Next, make sure your team knows their purpose – teams with clear goals and objectives are healthier. OKRs foster a shared understanding of team goals and each person’s role in pursuing them.
And don’t forget to take some time to look back with regular Retrospectives. We found that 97% of teams whose culture supports innovation make time to regularly reflect on their work.
While those three Plays will get your team on a path to good health, we’ve got many more in our arsenal that’ll help ensure your team stays healthy once you get there.
We want to hear from you...
Each team has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. What does your team need to work on the most right now and which Plays do you think would help? Maybe a Ritual Reset is in order to re-evaluate your processes and, in turn, create more space for what matters? Or perhaps clearly defining Roles and Responsibilities would go a long way with your team? Let us know! We can all help each other out by sharing our ideas and experiences.
Thanks for reading, @Patrícia Fortunato Montenegro ! Let us know if you and your team try out any new Plays!
Anytime @Kristen Roth!
I'm working on the Okrs right now with Trello Templates. Easy to move forward on this way! =))
Kudos to you for sharing 😊
I am just starting my journey through the Playbook. There is a lot to unpack, especially in light of the myriad of approaches and systems that are out there and have blended into our company culture. Looking forward to following the content, and this post was a great start. Thanks!
That's great to hear, @Andy Gladstone! We're glad you're getting started with the Playbook. Be sure to give us a shout with any questions you might have along the way!
I have just enrolled in Atlassian Team Playbook facilitation and getting to know about the Team Playbook. Thanks for sharing the content.
Hope to see more discussions in the future on Team playbook from my side as well.
Thank you for sharing.
We always found a retro was a safe space to bring up issues without delving into personal conflicts.
Thanks for sharing. Nice article.
Just got pointed to these again and this seems like a good place to start with my team.
We're trying out this new practice to have open-ended Retros, where we take time out just to assess how the sprint went for one another, share kudos and likes, and find new small habits that we can potentially undertake in future sprints for improvements.