During the Lego Serious play for Teams Sim this week one of the teams decided they were a component team supporting the rest of the ART.
Interesting conversation in the latest orgmindset podcast with Alex and Andrew. In this Coaching Tip I expand on a topic they discussed regarding organizational anti-patterns.
*my coaching videos are unscripted and unedited. Apologies for my ugly mug. This particular video was done in one take. Some, I’ve redone a few times because I said something incredibly amazing, but didn’t want to share. I don’t have time to retake videos. I’d prefer to get something good down and post the content. 🙂
Authored by Andrew Long, LitheSpeed, also a blogagility.com contributing author.
When teaching teams about Scrum and its design, there’s no better source than Jeff Sutherland himself. Here, in particular, is one video that I’ve used dozens of times:
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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 it is sold as something entirely new, but it isn’t actually. Where is the innovation? In the content or context — how the pieces were moved around or collected or displayed?
From the 2017 SAFe Summit in beautiful San Antonio, Texas, USA!
I was just having a bit of fun this morning, but perhaps there is some way to enhance our learning?
From my original LinkedIn post.
“Business Value Bowling” everyone is ten pins and one frame away from accurately assessing business value at the end of the PI!