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Collaboration Explained: Facilitation Skills for Software Project Leaders by Jean Tabaka

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Chapter 6. Preparing Yourself as the Process Owner

The work of collaboration in each of the defined collaboration events starts with a very facilitative and service-oriented guide, someone tooled and schooled to help a group of project members engage as a team. If you are assuming this role, you have a few simple tasks and practices to test and validate your responsibilities in this role. You may first want to refresh yourself in the “Servant Leader” information provided in Chapter 3, “Who Are Collaborative Leaders?,” about the work of Robert Greenleaf. His characteristics of a servant leader form a solid context in which to prepare yourself to act as facilitator in your software project events.

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