In this fifth article in the series Retrospective Smells, I’ll explore what can cause a lack of focus in retrospectives and what you can do to solve it.
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 journey for agile teams to flourish and become effective can be challenging. This article explores what teams can do to become effective agile teams.
The Agile Testing Coaching Cards can be used by agile teams to investigate their testing mindset and the practices that are used for testing software.
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.
I'm returning to the Agile Management Congress in Prague to give the full-day workshop Improving Organizational Agility on November 26.
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.
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.