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Getting in the agile zone with the fluency model

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Today, I speak with James Shore, author of The Art of Agile, Development. We talk about the Agile Fluency Model he developed alongside Diana Larsen. When you re-organize teams with a focus on agility, changes will not happen overnight. Teams will have to get used to new tools, processes, and interpersonal dynamics. Bruce Tuckman created a model that recognizes specific team dynamics. The model proposes that teams go through several stages: forming, storming, norming, and performing.  If you have ever been in a large team meeting to make critical business changes or are part of a re-org, you will be familiar with that model. Re-structuring for agility means you will not only see the four phases of the Tuckman model but another as well. That is where James Shore and Diana Larsen come in. They designed a model to appreciate the cultural shift in how your teams gain fluency in delivering more value faster, and they call it the Agile Fluency Model.