Summary of Sense and Respond in 15 Tweets

  • Post published:October 3, 2017

The book Sense and Respond is about listening to customers, using experimentation, and learning to build great products. It shows how an agile mindset can be applied throughout organizations, both by business managers and developers, to create a digital business.

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Published: What Drives Quality

  • Post published:September 30, 2017

My 2nd book What Drives Quality has been officially released today (September 30). It is now available on Amazon and all other major bookstores.

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Retrospective classic: Mad Sad Glad

  • Post published:September 26, 2017

Mad Sad Glad is a classic exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives. It helps teams to look for things that make them happy, sad, or drive them mad, and to decide how they want to address these things working together as a team.

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Futurespective: Building Awesome Products

  • Post published:September 12, 2017

What if you need to deliver the best possible software products? High quality products that do everything that your users need in a great way, products that your users will love? Here's a futurespective exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives if your teams want to build awesome products.

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Spice up Agile Retrospectives – with a Discount!

  • Post published:September 12, 2017

I'm giving the mini-workshop exercises to spice up your agile retrospective at Agile Cambridge on Thursday September 28. For everyone who's coming to Agile Cambridge there's a discount of 25% on my ebook Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives.

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Dojo and talk at Agile by Example 2017

  • Post published:September 8, 2017

I'm giving a dojo (1/2 day workshop) and talk at Agile by Example. The conference will be held in Warsaw on October 9 to 11. I'm giving a dojo (1/2 day workshop) and talk at Agile by Example. The conference will be held in Warsaw on October 9 to 11. Tickets are on sale --limited seats are available for my workshop.

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State of Practice in Agile Retrospectives

  • Post published:September 6, 2017

The annual agile retrospective report describes the state of practice in agile retrospectives. Let's explore some of the conclusions from the 2017 report to understand how retrospectives are currently being done and the value that they bring.

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Agile veranderen: Prioriteren en flexibel inspelen op kansen

  • Post published:August 23, 2017

Een agile veranderaarpak helpt je om in kleine stapjes te verbeteren, waarbij je prioriteiten gebruikt om die veranderingen te doen die het meeste opleveren en onderweg kansen grijpt om je impact te vergroten. Het manifest voor agile veranderen helpt organisaties om hun agility te verhogen: Blijvende verbetering van de resultaten, tevreden klanten, en blije medewerkers.

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3S Retrospective Exercise: Start, Spice-up, Stop

  • Post published:August 22, 2017

The 3S retrospective exercise is an easy and powerful exercise for agile teams to discuss things that they want to Start, Spice-up, or Stop. It helps them to improve their way of working.

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Workshop Getting More out of Agile and Lean in London, Oct 17-18

  • Post published:August 21, 2017

I'm giving my successful workshop Getting More out of Agile and Lean in London on October 17-18. In this two day workshop you will experience agile and lean practices for teams and stakeholders with advice on how to deploy them, and tips and tricks to become more agile and lean.

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