Does your organization appreciate the things you’ve learned? Do you applaud colleagues who do their job well? All too often organizations live day by day, from one crisis to another and they forget to take note of the good things that happen.
But it’s not just about applauding the good things. In work and in life we sometimes succeed and we sometimes fail. What’s important is that whether we have success or failure, we learn from the experiment. This is where most performance management misses the boat and that’s why we created the Celebration Grid to celebrate learning!
I use the Celebration Grid during our retrospectives to motivate the team to experiment more and to improve the planning of each experiment.THOMAS BAER, scrum master, Siemens
By drawing a Celebration Grid and asking two important questions, we can look to implant good practices into the future of our business.