Build Your Own High Performance Team – An Interview with Ted Kallman

Ted Kallman, author, consultant and trainer discusses his model for building high performance teams.
Ted Kallman, author, consultant and trainer discusses his model for building high performance teams.
Ted Kallman, author, consultant and trainer discusses his model for building high performance teams.

 

Ted Kallman, author, consultant and trainer discusses his model for building high performance teams.

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Ted’s upcoming book is due out in the summer of 2016. He shows us his 4 D’s for project success and organizational success: Definitions, Distilling Agreements, Delivery and Drive Success.   This interview gives us a great high level view of where he is coming from.

 

Ted Kallman, CSP, CSM, CSPO, PMP.  I have operated as a CSM, CSPO and CSP in multiple engagements.  Recent Enterprise Agile engagements have included GM/OnStar, Whirlpool, SAF/Holland and Our Daily Bread Ministries.  Our Enterprise Agile model, the Unified Vision Framework, has been used to  facilitate Agile at the Executive level in Europe, Asia and the US with great success.  We are now rolling out Agile Governance Gatherings beginning in Stockholm Sweden in May of 2015 and continuing in Grand Rapids, MI in Sept. of 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

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