In this article, I will show how trust by default works for me and what benefits trusting people from the start has brought me. It's my piece of thought leadership on trust, and my way of doing penance for my agile sins from the past.
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.
The Italian editions of the Agile Self-assessment Game and Expansion Packs, Gioco di autovalutazione agile, have been released. Big thanks go to Fabio Armani for translating the game which makes it available to the Italian-speaking agile community!
In this guest post, Joel Montvelisky explores how increased collaboration to deliver faster with better quality is driving the need to coordinate testing work throughout the delivery cycle.
In this second article in the series on sustainable change, I'll show how I've used a kanban-based approach to manage change initiatives. This resulted in a continuous flow of improvements that were absorbed by the organization, leading to lasting results.
I'm giving a new workshop Continuous Improvement in Remote and Distributed Teams as a virtual course on November 18 and 19, in collaboration with Agile Actors #learning.
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'm updating my Agile Coaching Tools to support using them in virtual teams by adding images of coaching cards and playing elements. You can download all Agile Coaching Tools for a nominal fee in my webshop.
I'm giving the workshop Problem Solving with Agile Thinking and Practices. Ticket sales has started, Contact me by email to sign up: email@example.com.
In this guest blog, Scarlett Brown shares how she applies agile for content marketing. Summing up, agile made it easier for her to reach customers the right way at the right time.
I released my 4th book Problem? What problem? It's a book about dealing effectively with impediments using agile thinking with problem-solving practices.
How much change can your organization absorb? It's probably less than what you would expect or hope for. Let's stop overloading organizations with change, instead allow sustainable change to happen, and foster change instead of imposing it.