an example timeline for distributed PI Planning in SAFe®
I recommend that extremists stop the hate machine. Bring your ideas to bear on the community and test them in shark infested waters. The best ideas almost always survive and thrive, like the SAFe.
Product management is a wholly immersive experience. It simply cannot be done effectively through shortcuts and half baked effort. At scale or for your mom and pop shop… success means hard work and building deep and wide connections with those who buy and those who build as you make the economic decisions on which sliceContinue reading “Agile Moment: Learning from Product Management observations”
You cannot force or assign shared ownership. Management must learn to trust her people and the system.
…as an “evil” Scrum master I would want to comment to this “developer” that, “what I am hearing is…
Why on earth do we do that? Team A, an Agile Release Train (ART), or the mythical Scrum team, has a lot of technical debt. In an effort to reduce the technical debt, management decides to create a bunch of new “container” “FEATURES” in the product backlog to address batches of defects. Because they wantContinue reading “Planning Defects into the system”