I&A Series – “Being assigned features after planning before the PI is complete”

I am starting a new series of posts where I will answer some actual problems/ideas presented in an I&A problem solving workshop as part of open space facilitation. This is the first of a few dozen that I plan on covering. If you have any comments, please, let’s learn together.   Problem/Idea #1:   “beingContinue reading “I&A Series – “Being assigned features after planning before the PI is complete””

The SAFe® System Team is an Anti-Pattern

Originally posted on anttitevanlinna's blog:
I’ve watched by a few Safe-like large-scale agile endeavors. I’ve personally been “in the system team” for a period of time. I’ve never seen it work optimally. The idea is logical, but it just doesn’t seem to work. Let me tell you why. In case you don’t know what…

First vlog – ever – inspired by Jem + coaching tip

So, Jem D’jelal asked, “Would it be more entertaining to see sharing of 10 years worth of ScrumMaster journals as blogs or short vlogs? User feedback please!” I was inspired by his question this afternoon on the drive home. I thought I’d have a little fun. Share my opinion in an entertaining way and alsoContinue reading “First vlog – ever – inspired by Jem + coaching tip”

Lego product development simulation game

Enhancing the understanding process by simulation of cadence and ceremonies. A very valuable teaching technique. Still experimenting with how to effectively integrate into various courses. #SAFe #Scrum #Agile #Lean

Tushar Paunikar: You Always Have A Choice!!!

Reblogged with permission from Tushar Paunikar, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn August 3, 2017.   You always have a choice! If you think about it, you always have a choice. No matter how hard it is to accept, but you always have a choice. TheContinue reading “Tushar Paunikar: You Always Have A Choice!!!”

Tushar Paunikar: Agile and the KRA Conundrum

Reblogged with permission from Tushar Paunikar, the original author of this content, as a contributor to blogagility.com. Originally published on LinkedIn, November 22, 2016.   Life can be pulled by goals just as surely as it can be pushed by drives. -Viktor E. Frankl Metrics drive behavior. I bet all would agree. We have experiencedContinue reading “Tushar Paunikar: Agile and the KRA Conundrum”