In this short article we will prove the poorly crafted argument about the Scrum master role in SAFe incorrect as posited in the “Remove Scrum from SAFe” petition. I’m not really writing this to defeat the arguments presented in the petition because any rational person who looks into the details will come to the conclusionContinue reading “Debunking more SAFe® misconceptions 10x – The Scrum master”
Economic thinking and principles In the popular Scaled Agile Framework for Lean Enterprises (SAFe) we strive to “apply a comprehensive economic framework” through Principle #1: Take an Economic View. Certainly, part of how we deliver on this framework is through the natural decentralized decision making process that occurs when real Agile teams hypothesize their wayContinue reading “Exploring the economics of decision making in SAFe® through gamification”
Sometimes it is important to call out missteps even when there is good intent. Feedback is critical, and an important part of DevOps after all… The authors, brilliant knowledge workers, amazing researchers, and well known marketers of the DevOps movement did not [originally] overload the already loaded term trying to capture acronyms for every elementContinue reading “DevSecOps Bungling”
Well it’s Friday! Thank God! I get to go home to my family today! Let’s talk about and share our failures. Not all of them, we don’t have that much time. BUT, everybody’s doing it! The ocean of failure is deep. I do more than my share to keep in full. Yeah, I know some peopleContinue reading “Learning from the deep ocean of failure”
Interesting topic. What do you do with “Agile” coaches who are incapable of displaying the values of Agile? Source: How do you know if your Consultant/Coach has an Agile mindset? | LinkedIn
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