Artificial Limitations are not controls Don’t limit your team to using just Scrum or Kanban. Don’t even limit yourself to using watered down versions of a combination of Scrum and Kanban. High-performance teams master both the empirical process framework and controls called Scrum, and the use of Kanban (system; Lean). Continuous Learning (The Three Ways) &Continue reading “Walk the Kanban while Scrumming it”
I hear “Yanny.” Now, how often is it in business that people “hear” or “perceive” different things based on the same communication? We must seek out ways to break down communications to accommodate different perspectives, hearing, and understanding to baseline what is heard, perceived and understood to achieve a state of “reception consensus.”
The new new new Scrum. Gone are the days when a Scrum master was the facilitator of a process framework. New new new Scrum 2.0 brings in a new perception and fallacious understanding of the Scrum master role as a manager. The Scrum Manager.
Lot’s of instructors will tell you about the common escape clause for Scrum, “Scrum Is Simple but Not Easy.” I read another article that makes a much more valid point, “Scrum is easy, people are hard.” The latter diving into how people learn and more importantly, how they change. Or not. Any two-day course isContinue reading “The Scrum Song – vlog – Coaching Tip #9”
Well, it has been twelve days since I first published the NPS survey for blogagility.com. What are people saying about blogagility? Not much. At all. I’m fairly certain that most of the 2,000 views and 1,500 visitors each month are bots. For you humans out there reading the blog… thank you. In summary, it appearsContinue reading “NPS Survey Results (negative 22; April 2018)”
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