I'm returning to DevOpsCon to talk about Organizational Agility: Taking Retrospectives to the Next Level in Munich on December 3-4, 2019.
I'm giving my Workshop Improving Organizational Agility at the Agile Management Congress on November 26 in Prague, Czech Republic.
I'm returning to TestCon to present how to improve software quality with retrospectives. Join me October 16-17 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
I'm giving the workshop Making Agile Work for You at eXperience Agile 2019. Ticket sales has started, sign up now!
Building personal relationships and trust can give way to leadership that enables better information flow and self-management, according to Edgar and Peter Schein in Humble Leadership.
I will be attending Women in Tech Dublin as an editor for InfoQ, to write about digital innovation, leadership, culture, diversity, and other inspiring topics.
Can coaching help organizations to increase their agility? Yes, but it depends on how you think about it and do it. Here's my view on coaching true agility.
I've published the first version of my book Problem? What Problem? on Leanpub. It's about dealing effectively with impediments using agile thinking and practices. Are you interested to read this book and give me feedback? Please contact me!
The Agile Manifesto Retrospectives Questions Cards provide powerful questions to inspire your agile retrospectives and keep them valuable and effective.
In my 3rd book The Agile Self-assessment Game I explain what self-assessments are and why you would do them, and explore how to do them using the Agile Self-assessment Game. I’m also sharing experience stories from people who played the game. Here's a summary of the book in 15 tweets.
The State of Testing survey investigates how the testing profession develops. The State of Testing 2019 report has been published. As a blog collaborator for this survey, I highly recommend reading it!
In this guest blog, David Shaykewich describes how he has been doing retrospectives using the many moods and faces of Han Solo to help teams to reflect on their feelings.