The Hungarian and Vietnamese translations have been added to the blog post Retrospective Prime Directive in many languages.
The book The Gift of Time gives an impression of how various consultants have used ideas from Jerry Weinberg to support organizations going through change.
The Agile Self-assessment Game book has been extended: More information about creating and preselecting cards and new playing suggestions and experience stories.
In this fourth article in the series Retrospective Smells I'll explore what might cause recurring actions in retrospectives and what you can do to solve it.
I'm a partner of Instant Agenda, a tool that supports meetings of agile teams, including Agile Retrospectives.
I'm updating and expanding my successful second book What Drives Quality. Intermediate versions are released through Leanpub: What Drives Quality.
The State of Testing survey investigates how the testing profession develops. Last week the State of Testing 2018 report has been published.
I will be giving workshops on agile in Prague, Athens, and Berlin. Ticket sales are ongoing, book your seat now.
In this post, I'll explore why retrospective facilitators need to know about retrospective smells and how they can deal with them.
I'm returning to Craft in 2018 to give my workshop Making Agile Work for you. Learn how to apply agile practices to develop the right products, deliver faster, increase quality, and become a happy high-performing team!
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.
Learn how to apply agile practices throughout your organization to develop the right products, deliver faster, increase quality, and improve organizational agility with happy high-performing teams in Madrid on April 23-24, 2018!