What is Agile Fluency Model?
The Agile fluency model is something that has been derived from the agile software management (IT) techniques. This basically came into being after teams were observed and it has certain core principles at its center. It strives to achieve a team which focuses its beliefs so as to produce business value. Teams which deliver execute on the market with a good market rhythm. Teams that are highly optimized and in sync are the ones that lead the market and teams that are strong contribute in making their own companies stronger.
The above-mentioned principles are what are called as zones and agile teams pass through these to achieve fluency in order to succeed.
How does It work?
What the Agile fluency model tries to achieve is proficiency. Basically, it tries to instill within a team a sense of technique which is continuous and resolute so essentially you can be thinking about go out with friends but actually performing the task at hand with great skill.
What the fluency model tries to do is that it tries to instill within a team something that they are proficient at so that they may achieve the purpose of the zone. Some individuals will have specialties while sometimes the entire group will be proficient at what they do. Basically, a team becomes fluent in what they do and they become autonomous and they apply their skills to problems that come as soon as they arise.
How is it different
The Agile fluency model is different to all the other techniques and methods out there since instead of teaching an organization how to manage themselves or teaching the employees tricks on how to perform better, it focuses on achieving goals by making a team become so proficient at what they do that the tasks of adapting and facing new challenges becomes second nature and a part of a routine.
— Slimane Zouggari