Behaviour dynamics in agile teams: The Agile Teams Series

One of my passions is teams – working with them, helping them improve and figuring out what makes a good one. In his book Software for your Head
, Jim and Michele McCarthy made a simple statement that resonates with me: Team= Product. That is, a good team builds a good product, a bad team builds a bad product.

In my quest to understand more about teams I have been reading as much as I can. Via this new series on my blog, I am aiming to try to summarise my findings and provide references to material I have found really useful in the hope I can provide some insights to others that are useful in your daily work.

I am going to do a series of posts called The Agile Teams Series, one per topic, starting with the below concepts. Then, like any good agilist, I will follow where the value lies beyond this initial plan.


  1. Bad apples

    – the impact one bad apple can have on an entire team

  2. Mirror neurons

    – how the emotions of other people impact our emotions
  3. Social contracts
    – how an established set of group norms can prevent bad behaviour
  4. How social exclusion
    can be a highly effective deterrent of bad behaviour

First post will be completed by the end of this week.

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