learn the language of collaboration

About the 'Collaboration in Action' Training

Target Audience

  • Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters and Facilitators
  • Up to 8 people per session


  • Explore the Group & Environment Dynamics
  • Learn the Language of Collaboration
  • Receive and learn how to use the Facilitator Resource Kit and 'Navigating Collaboration' board game


Complete the IA3.0 online profile (10-minutes)


 'Collaboration in Action Part  1'  – 1 day (Foundation)

  • Starts with the individuals' perspectives and explores the Learning Dynamic, and the influence of the environment immediately around the group, the Environment Dynamic

'Collaboration in Action Part 2' – 1 day (Foundation Plus) 

  • Explores the influence of the Control Dynamic, reviews  the completed Profiles and considers the Group Dynamic as a whole in more detail

Learning Outcomes

  1. Create awareness of the language that describes and measures collaborative behaviours within an organisation.
  2. Understand how to create a psychologically safe workplace, so it becomes normal for people to talk about the high-level aspects of Environment & Group Dynamics.
  3. Create the possibility for deeper dialogue to emerge, so people can describe the Learning and Control Dynamic and how they interact with each other.  Understand the relevance of the Environment Dynamic and explore this with senior members of the organisation.
  4. Develop the knowledge and understanding, that enables people to compare and contrast all three Dynamics, perform analysis and explain potential causes, relating and applying their ‘Collaboration knowhow’ through facilitated serious play interventions.

Learn More

Use gamification to understand how the individuals in the group perceive the team/group in which they are working. 

Model and build collaborative behaviours in your group or team. 

Explore how ‘ready’ a team is to collaborate. 

Understand what a group/team needs to focus on to enhance collaboration, and identify where it needs help from the wider organisation.