Did you know that the value of facilitating retrospectives is also valuable at scale? In other words, facilitating cross-organizational retrospectives. Improvement is necessary to create better business outcomes. Relentless improvement should be a prime directive in every Lean-Agile organization. In particular, if you are working within a Lean-Agile SAFe® portfolio you may be familiar withContinue reading “Retrospectives @Scale within SAFe® portfolio context”
This article contains a profound insight into cognitive bias’ that I feel is worth a read. Reblogged in part as a quote from The Wall Street Journal. By Alexandra Samuel Feb. 16, 2018 4:01 p.m. ET I like to think I was a considerate colleague when I worked in an office. I paid attention to cultural andContinue reading “WSJ: What My Son With Autism Taught Me About Managing People”
Ways of working and ways of thinking… and other obvious, obscure things. Prioritization doesn’t matter until you run out of capacity. And since it is Valentine’s Day, the commercial holiday of love, a funny bit from the agilesphere…
I hope this vignette both helps your Agile journey and softens the blow from realizing we are days away from football season being over. 🙂
I’m sitting here on Sunday morning thinking about how there is a propensity in the “Agile” space to re-name or [re] label things that already exist so they supposedly become “new” things. That action in of itself is not bad. It can create new value, new wealth, new knowledge. Perhaps? It becomes bad when itContinue reading “The Death of Agile – How to rename stuff and make money”
video log on the topic of Lean Portfolio Management with Alex Yakyma, Founder of Org Mindset, author of “The Rollout”, and Marshall Guillory, Principal Consultant, Enterprise Agility Coach and author at blogagility.com.