Team Development Model

TEAM DEVELOPMENT MODEL OVERVIEW

  • The process of individuals learning to work together effectively is known as team development. Experience has shown that teams go through definitive stages during development.
  • Bruce Tuckman, an educational psychologist, identified a four-stage development process that most teams follow to become high performing. ​
  • He called the stages: forming, storming, norming, and performing. Each stage builds on the previous stage and prepares the group for performing. ​
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Forming

Forming: Starting Your Agile Journey PDF – explains how to form an Agile team with reference to Bruce Tuckman’s Model (1965).

Storming

Storming: Going Through The Storm PDF – explains the storming phase of an Agile team with reference to Bruce Tuckman’s Model (1965).

Norming

Norming: Together We Make It Happen PDF – explains the norming phase of an Agile team with reference to Bruce Tuckman’s Model (1965).

Performing

Performing: Our Goal Is One PDF – explains the performing phase of an Agile team with reference to Bruce Tuckman’s Model (1965).

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