Use three core Agile practices (visibility, prioritization, limiting work in progress) to achieve more, in a more controlled way – regardless of your line of work. You can easily use them even in your private life.Continue reading “Three Gifts of Agile (Video)”
How I went to the gym to see something ridiculous – and why it matters to the way your team works.Continue reading “The Right Time (Video)”
A while ago, I got to visit a software company experiencing post-startup phase. The moment in which the business is no longer small enough for everybody to know each other, yet it’s still too small to have the usual inclinations towards corporate mindset. This time is very special, as it defines and clarifies it’s culture for the next period of time.
There are places where you can spot culture at a glance, in an unusual way. Continue reading “Water Cooler Culture”
Unwillingly, I rolled down the window. Police officer standing by my vehicle introduced himself in a regulatory way and then moved into the essentials:
– You were driving a bit fast…
– Yes, I know – I was sincere, which wasn’t necessarily the best option.
– Where’s the rush?
I didn’t have a decent and believable answer to that. I needed to figure something out. Continue reading “On My Sex Change”
If you have enough agile practitioners in your social network, it’s almost certain that you will notice someone posting an article on team development. In majority of cases, it will be based on research done by Bruce Tuckman in the 1960s. Even if you’ve never heard of him, you surely must have heard of the four phases: forming, storming, norming, and performing. Let’s have a quick overview of them. Continue reading “Man With a Hammer”