Agile Coach, www.illustratedagile.com
It will happen to most of us eventually. We are asked (told) to join a team having difficulties and turn things around. The team may be challenged with missed deadlines, dysfunctional relationships and low morale … being over budget or behind schedule … or a lack of discipline and organization — and you are going to be the one to help pull the project out of despair and back into happiness.
When we are placed in these situations our natural tendency is to jump in and get busy “fixing” things. When we do this we also have the temptation to miss the real reason the team may be struggling, or begin to formulate theories based on perceptions and superficial