Two kinds of teams, who couldn’t be working more differently. They differ in their structure, how they work together, and how they communicate and share information. I do think that only one strives in an Agile environment and that organisations … Continue reading →
The current female quota for all ticket holders for the Agile Coach Camp 2019 Melbourne, Australia, is 42%. We achieved that by selling exclusively 40% of all tickets to people who identify themselves as female. Here’s how we did that … Continue reading →
Assume a perfect Scrum implementation. All artefacts, all meetings, all roles, and all rules are in place. If you were changing only one of the essential elements of Scrum, would you still call the remainder Scrum?
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Learning through repetition (via failblog.org) Information needs to be presented to a learner in at least 6 different ways to stick in his mind. Repetition rules. On the other hand, an athlete repeats the same technique thousands of times in … Continue reading →
Kanji character for change (part of both, Kaizen and Kaikaku) Every now and then I hear the following being said when one compares Kanban and Scrum: Kanban is Kaizen, with continuous improvement and soft and smooth changes, and whereas Scrum … Continue reading →
Cliff Young via Wikipedia When I introduce Agile in a company, I’ll confront the employees with change. I’ll teach them to imagine the result of the outcome to overcome fears of change. This post with the story of Cliff Young … Continue reading →