Some companies say that “people are our most important resource”. I’d rather use the term “professionals”, since they are trained, have build up experience and are continuously developing themselves to deliver value for your customers. Question is: Are they empowered to do this in a efficient and effective way? The People-CMM can be used to develop a powerful professional workforce, supporting self-organizing agile teams.
Afgelopen maandag was er de 1e open space van Agile Overheid en het Agile Consortium. Interessante en leerzame bijeenkomst! Ik heb op deze gelegenheid van gedachten kunnen wisselen over menselijke factoren bij de invoering van agile, met extra aandacht voor de verschillen tussen het bedrijfsleven en de overheid.
We all know how to play the Devil’s Advocate. By playing this role, we stimulate a discussion in which we challenge ideas, in order to improve it. But how do you get your ideas to start with? This is where the Angel’s Advocate comes in.
Op maandag 28 februari komt de SPIder People-CMM werkgroep bijeen. Onderwerp van de bijeenkomst is Participatory Culture
Mensen zijn wonderlijke wezens. Ze hebben eigenschappen die hen onderscheiden van de andere dieren, zoals het denken in plannen, beleid en strategie. Eerst nadenken wat je wilt en dan doen.
The book "Adrenaline Junkies and Template Zombies, Understanding Patterns of project behavior" contains 86 patterns, written in an easy readable and recognizable style which make you think about how people behave in projects.
Looking at business results, how important do you consider the capability of your workforce? The knowledge and skills of your professionals, and their motivation and drive? My opinion is that it is of huge importance when you want to reach business goals.
Looking at business results, how important do you consider your workforce? The knowledge and skills of your professionals, and their motivation and drive? My opinion is that it is of huge importance when you want to reach your business goals.
There is an interesting question posted on the P-CMM blogspot, whether the principles used by the guilds to learn new skills would still work in today's society? Yes they do!