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2Being an Effective Agile Coach/LeaderToday, companies are embracing agile ways of going about their works in their functionaldesigns (Meyer, 2016). However, it is worth noting that the necessary transformation and changelevel is not as simple as replacing agile processes across groups. On the contrary, investing inagile leaders enables organizations to maintain and enhance an agile change. An agile coach is anagent of transformation and remains comfortable in dissatisfying conditions. Agile coaches helptheir teams embrace new techniques of progressing with agile mindsets (Gren & Lindman,2020). They bring cultures of increased performances and educate people across the company tosee to it that everyone comprehends the new practices.Conflict Resolution TechniquesThe success of any agile project heavily depends on effective communication since lackof communication results in most of the conflicts within any team. There are various disputeresolutions techniques such as problem/collaborative solving, directing/forcing, andaccommodating/soothing. Whenever there is team chemistry, communication flows easily. Teamchemistry, also known as team synergy, is the natural undirected willingness to forego personalaccomplishments and acknowledgement for the overall team's and project's success (Bushuyeva,Bushuiev & Bushuieva, 2019). Every project manager’s goal ought to be achieving such synergyas mentioned above. However, if there is unresolved animosity within the team, it would bedifficult to achieve the chemistry.Problem solve technique will aid the project manager in identifying any underlying issuesand progresses towards a solution whereby both parties win. The win-win approach helps inremoving any underlying animosity through collaboration. Besides, the strategy works to
3prolong the team’s life. The compromise and resolve technique will help the project managerfocus on finding a middle ground. Despite the middle ground always being a lose-lose situation,both sides are happy with the compromise (Gren & Lindman, 2020). As long as the resolution isfair, the above technique will not tamper with the team’s chemistry. If one party feels that theother party lost as much, the group wins.

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