Have you heard about "doing agile" vs "being agile"? Being truly agile takes practicing, experimenting, and learning by doing. Here's my view of how true agility looks.
Een eerste versie van de Kanban Zelfevaluatie Kaarten is gereleased. Ik ben op zoek naar reviewers die feedback willen geven op de Kanban Coaching kaarten. Heb je interesse, neem dan contact met mij op.
A new deck of coaching cards has been released for agile teams, coaches and Scrum masters: The Impediment Coaching Cards. Download them in my webshop.
I'm updating and expanding my successful second book What Drives Quality. Three sections have been added: resilient software design, mob programming, and quality coaching cards.
I'm planning my agile workshops and training sessions for 2019. If you are a training provider or conference organizer and want me to give training in your country or a workshop at your upcoming event, let me know!
Agile talks a lot about self-organized teams, where people work intensively together to deliver software. But what really is an agile team? In this article, I’ll explore how agile teams look and what makes them differ from a group or any other format in which people work together. (more…)
A new Agile Coaching Tools has been released for agile coaches, Scrum masters, and consultants leading agile transformations: The Agile Retrospectives Bingo.
I gave the talk Teams, what’s in it for me? How to (not) manage teams at the GrowIT 2018 conference on December 2, 2018.
The term "resources" is used in a lot in plans, reports, meetings, and official communication. Most often people are meant when someone says resources. I propose to call them by their name and don't call people resources!
A new deck of coaching cards has been released for agile coaches and Scrum masters: The Agile Quality Coaching Cards. They can be downloaded in my webshop.
Many useful books have been published on how to do Agile Retrospectives. What are your favorite books? Join the online poll on favorite Agile Retrospectives books!
In deze gastblog legt Christiaan Kleczewski uit hoe je met een Minimal Viable Product en Scrum feedback kunt krijgen om het juiste product te ontwikkelen.