Blaming is a “retrospective smell”, a signal that something might be going wrong in your retrospective that needs attention. In this second post in the series Retrospective Smells I'll explore how blaming can happen and what can be done to reduce or prevent it.
I'm giving the workshop Improving Organizational Agility at the GOTO Berlin conference on October 30. Ticket sales has started, please go to the gotober website to register.
All expansion packages for the Agile Self-assessment game have been updated: The cards texts have been revised and the card format has been improved to make it easier to produce playing cards from the PDF file and play the game.
De 1-dier retrospective vergt een ander gebruik van je hersenen waardoor gevoelens zichtbaar en bespreekbaar worden in het team. Een gastblog van Pieter van der Woude waarin hij zijn variatie op de 1-woord retrospective oefening deelt.
Passiveness is a "retrospective smell", a signal that something is going wrong in your retrospective that needs attention. In this first article in the series on retrospectives smells, I'll explore how to recognize passiveness and provide suggestions for dealing with it.
In this guest post on mobile application development trends, David Ayza explores the top 8 techniques and technologies that will impact app development in 2018.
The Agile Self-assessment game has been extended with three playing suggestions and the card format has been improved to make it easier to produce playing cards from the PDF file and play the game.
De Agile Zelfevaluatie Kaarten kunnen door teams en organisaties worden gebruikt om zelf hun agility te beoordelen. Versie 1.0 is vanaf nu beschikbaar voor download.
The latest version of my new book The Agile Self-assessment Game includes gamification and new playing suggestions. Get your copy now!
I'd like to receive your feedback on my second book What Drives Quality to update it and publish the second edition.
The book The Stupidity Paradox provides suggestions to counter stupidity and reduce the consequences, exploit it, and benefit from it.
I'm updating my book The Agile Self-assessment Game and I appreciate any feedback that you have.