Looking for reviewers for my book on impediments

  • Post published:August 29, 2019

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!

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Summary of The Agile Self-assessment Game in 15 Tweets

  • Post published:August 18, 2019

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.

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State of Testing 2019 Report published

  • Post published:August 6, 2019

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!

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Samenwerken in agile teams: Geen functies maar rollen

  • Post published:June 26, 2019

Functies vormen vaak een belemmering bij het samenwerken in agile teams. Ze beperken professionals in het oppakken van activiteiten en benadrukken individueel resultaten in plaats van team resultaat. Rollen geven meer flexibiliteit en maken het mogelijk om samen naar een resultaat toen te werken.

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Constellation Retrospective Exercises

  • Post published:June 4, 2019

A constellation exercise can be used in agile retrospectives to visualize what's happening in a team. It enables team members to take a systemic view, explore the situation at hand, and decide on what to do to improve how they work together.

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