In 2021 I'm back at OOP conference, doing a mini workshop on collaborative problem-solving. Join me online, February 8-12, 2021.
I've done a podcast with The Agile Confessional where I confessed my agile sins: managing a team in a command and control way and forgetting to let the world know how the team became truly agile before agile was invented.
My book The Agile Self-assessment Game has been translated into Spanish: El Juego de Autoevaluación Ágil. You can use this book together with the Spanish Agile Self-assessment cards to self-assess your agility and decide on the next steps in your agile journey.
I released my 4th book Problem? What problem? It's a book about dealing effectively with impediments using agile thinking with problem-solving practices.
The German edition of my book with Retrospectives Exercises, Welchen Wert Agile Retrospektiven liefern, has been released on Leanpub and in my webshop and Amazon.
The Portuguese edition of my Agile Retrospectives book, Obtendo Valor de Retrospectivas Ágeis, has been released on Leanpub and in my webshop.
March 26 will be World Retrospective Day 2020. To support teams all over the world in doing valuable agile retrospectives, I'm providing a discount when you download Agile Coaching Tools in my webshop. Use coupon "worldretroday" in my webshop to get 20% off any Agile Coaching Tool!
The 2020 State of Testing survey aims to shed light on the current status of testing, and analyze the trends and challenges of the profession.
I've published a new version of my book on problem-solving using agile thinking and practices, Problem? What Problem?, on Leanpub. When you buy the book you get all future updates for free.
To celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Monday all agile coaching tools are available with a discount on my webshop. Use coupon "blackfriday" or "cybermonday" to get 20% off.
The Agile Retrospective Bingo and Retrospective Smells Cards have been translated to Italian, download the Carte per Retrospettive che “puzzano” and Bingo delle Retrospettive Agili.
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.