Agile Culture Capability Model: Looking for the Primary Soft-Skills Set of an Agile Team Member

One of the most exiting topics I’m working on is the Agile Culture Capability Model (ACCM), which should finally help us to judge about human capability to be agile, and what can be done to improve it. I don’t want to go in to details here; I hope I will write an independent, comprehensive post about it soon.

However one of the dimensions I use in the ACCM, are the soft/behavioral-skills every member of an agile team should have. Based on my experience and resources I had analyzed, I have created the first version of such Primary Soft-Skills Set (naming conventions and order not relevant):
  • Communication/Collaboration
  • Time Management/Planning
  • Thinking/Learning/Problem Solving
  • Conflict Management/Handling stress
  • Dealing with Change/Flexibility
  • Decision making/Commitment
  • Goal oriented/Value driven
  • Teamwork/Teambuilding
  • Leadership/Diplomacy/Facilitation
The question is, is it comprehensive enough? What is your opinion? Many thanks in advance.


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