TeamHealth 2.0 Release
Let’s CRAWL > WALK > RUN > FLY Together!
Announcing the TeamHealth 2.0 Release!
Why This Change?
|First Name||Last Name||Title||Company||Years of Agile Experience|
|Glenn||Peterson||Agile Coach and Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.||5 Years|
|Roger||King||Enterprise Transformation Coach and Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.||7 Years|
|Jurgen||De Smet||Business Transformation Coach||Co-Learning||19 years|
|Laszlo||Andor||Senior Agile Coach||EPAM Systems||7 years|
|Efrem||Habteselassie||Sr. Transformation Executive|
|Kumar||Dattatreyan||Enterprise Agile Coach and Trainer||Treya Consulting, LLC||15 years|
|Michael||Moore||Enterprise Agile Enablement Lead||Cox Automotive||18 years|
|Jackie||Constable||Project Office Analyst||Paychex||3 years|
|Dan||Loomis||Lean-Agile Transformation Lead, Program Manager||Cisco|
|Bryan||Tew||Enterprise Transformation Strategist||Agile Transformation, Inc.||15 years|
|Brian||Schutt||Agile Evangelist & Coach||6 years|
|Bob||Small||Agile Coach||Cox Automotive|
|Brad||Bennett||Enterprise Agile Coach||EPiC|
|Mohsin||Siddik||Agile Transformation Specialist||Fannie Mae|
|Kellie||Morrell||Enterprise Agile Coach & Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.||10+ years|
|Kelley||O’Connell||Enterprise Agile Coach & Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.|
|Dawn||Thiem||Enterprise Agile Coach||Agile Transformation, Inc.|
|Percival||Mcarthy||Agile Transformation and Project Management|
|Rene||Rosendahl||Product Leader and Agilist||Agile Transformation, Inc.||10 years|
|Rob||Gaunt||Director, Enterprise Coach & Tribal Leader||EPiC|
|Samar||Elatta||Agile Coach and Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.|
|Trisha||Hall||Customer Advisor & Business Development Leader||Agile Transformation, Inc.||5 years|
|Daniel||Miklusicak||Lean-Agile-SAFe coach/Instructor||Omni3 Inc.||12 years|
|Brandon||Barski||Scrum Master||8 years|
|Curtis||Michelson||Founder||Minds Alert, LLC||10 years|
|Bart||Clephas||Scrum Master||10 years|
|Theo||Geelen||Agile coach, Trainer & Advisor||Yellow Intelligent||>15 years|
|David||Dust||Agile Coach and Trainer||Agile Transformation, Inc.||9 years|
|AgileBill||Krebs||Agile Coach||16 years|
|Sarah||Kyros||Sr. Project Manager||Mutual of Omaha||9 years|
|Rome||Williams||Sr Iteration Manager (CSM, Kanban Lead, Agile Coach)||10 years|
Frequently Asked Questions
How will the release of TeamHealth 2.0 questions impact our previous retrospectives?
Your previous assessment results will still be available in AgilityHealth. The new retrospective results will roll up with your previous results in the TeamHealth Radar.
Should we expect a dip in the ratings within our TeamHealth Radar results?
With the implementation of TeamHealth 2.0, you may find that some teams have rated themselves higher in previous retrospectives and there may be some right sizing that needs to take place. Overtime, this will level set and you will have results to compare to from the previous quarter. For now, know that this may happen and use the retrospective itself to facilitate and expose the necessary conversations.
When will the TeamHealth 2.0 questions be effective within AgilityHealth?
Our goal is to release the TeamHealth 2.0 questions on October 11th. If you have retrospectives scheduled for October 11th or later, please wait until the new questions have been released to set these up. The new questions will automatically update in your account.
If you would like to delay releasing these questions for your retrospectives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how long you would like to delay.
Are you moving away from forming, storming, norming and performing as the maturity model?
Teams will still be going through the phases of forming, storming, norming and performing from a team dynamic perspective. However, we’ve decided to move towards using the Crawl | Walk | Run | Fly model because we believe it’s more actionable and provides a roadmap for growth.
Can I rate myself in the Run level if I haven't achieved the Crawl and Walk stages?
No, the CRAWL | WALK | RUN | FLY are additive meaning should have already surpassed/achieved the prior levels.
Are there any differences in how the Team Members approach the new questions?
Some questions are compound, which means they have two statements. If team members agree with both statements, they should rate on the higher end of the scale. If team members agree with one statement, they should rate on the lower end. For example, the walk scale is 3 to 5. So, if you agree with both statements, you should select a 5, if not, you can select a 3 or 4.