This third and final article in the series on the Agile Manifesto explores what agile has brought us. And I’ll share the third block of five manifesto authors, showing how they inspired me and what I have learned from them.
I'm offering many Agile Coaching Tools in my webshop. To get started using those tools, I'm providing personal Kick-off Training for Agile Coaching Tools.
I'm giving three online interactive workshops on developing products in remote teams, problem-solving, and increasing agility, in the last week of March. You can sign up for any combination of these workshops. Contact me via email to buy a combi-ticket for 2 or 3 workshops with 25% or 40% discount!
I'm looking for agile case studies to be presented at the Agile 20 Reflect Festival. If you use agile practices, and you like to share how you do it and what you have learned, then please submit your agile case study.
The Italian editions of the Agile Self-assessment Game and Expansion Packs, Gioco di autovalutazione agile, have been released. Big thanks go to Fabio Armani for translating the game which makes it available to the Italian-speaking agile community!
I released my 4th book Problem? What problem? It's a book about dealing effectively with impediments using agile thinking with problem-solving practices.
March 26 will be World Retrospective Day 2020. To support teams all over the world in doing valuable agile retrospectives, I'm providing a discount when you download Agile Coaching Tools in my webshop. Use coupon "worldretroday" in my webshop to get 20% off any Agile Coaching Tool!
De Agile Manifest Retrospectives Vragen Kaarten geven je krachtige vragen als inspiratie voor waardevolle en effectieve agile retrospectives. De kaarten zijn ontwikkeld door Ben Linders. Het is de officiële Nederlandstalige editie van de succesvolle Agile Manifesto Retrospectives Questions Cards.
I’m giving public full-day workshops to increase your agility in Budapest, Singapore, and London. Ticket sales is ongoing, book your seat now!
The journey for agile teams to flourish and become effective can be challenging. This article explores what strengths agile teams can have and how to leverage these strengths.
In this fifth article in the series Retrospective Smells, I’ll explore what can cause a lack of focus in retrospectives and what you can do to solve it.
I've published a new version of my book on problem-solving using agile thinking and practices, Problem? What Problem?, on Leanpub. When you buy the book you get all future updates for free.