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If you are working with a team that has delivered agile projects before, you will measure and establish the amount of coaching the team requires. Too much intervention, instruction and control directed towards an experienced team is often counter-productive. They may feel that they have substantially demonstrated their successes and achievements before. They will not react positively to uncoordinated and poorly targeted shepherding however genuine your intentions. Nevertheless, it may be that the team is cautious or having some difficulty with the process. If this is the case you will probably take on a supporting style of coaching. This style demands a deep understanding of agile processes and the ability to take and respond to points of order about principles, processes and philosophy. An experienced agile project manager will relish the opportunity to demonstrate their capability to coach and support in this way.

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