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Interview with Janice Linden-Reed, CPO at Lean Kanban Inc.

Fri, 08 Dec 2017 20:14:35 +0000

Janice Linden-Reed was asked to help our readers understand the efficacy of Kanban training, as well as its relationship to Agile frameworks. The following is her response (republished from the REALagility Newsletter, Nov. 2017). “Kanban is useful in any situation where the flow of work is uneven, and/or people are swamped with too much work. … Continue reading Interview with Janice Linden-Reed, CPO at Lean Kanban Inc.

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Scrum Guide Revisions: from a Webinar with Ken Schwaber & Dr. Jeff Sutherland

Fri, 01 Dec 2017 20:11:08 +0000

If you’ve not had a chance to view this webinar which explains changes to the 2017 Scrum Guide, I offer this brief review. Some History The Scrum Guide by Ken Schwaber and Dr. Jeff Sutherland was first formally presented in 1995 at an OOPSLA Conference in Texas. The first version of the Scrum Guide was … Continue reading Scrum Guide Revisions: from a Webinar with Ken Schwaber & Dr. Jeff Sutherland

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A Litmus Test for Agility

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 19:34:23 +0000

Being Agile seems to be the rage these days and everyone has an opinion on what Agility means and how to do it “right”.  This article doesn’t make process recommendations, but it does provide a quick, effective way to help your team and organization get on track with being Agile (primarily a mindset measurement) and … Continue reading A Litmus Test for Agility

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The Art of Agile Learning Events 101: Thoughts on Good Teaching

Fri, 03 Nov 2017 20:26:26 +0000

Teaching is an art form. Good teaching requires the softer personal skills more than hard facts and knowledge. In fact, great teaching requires consistent learning on the part of the instructor. That’s part of being agile. Every class and every new group of students, whether you’re teaching Scrum, SAFe or Kanban, is an opportunity for … Continue reading The Art of Agile Learning Events 101: Thoughts on Good Teaching

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The Grindstone of Agility Happens Here – A Positive View of the Future

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 17:01:26 +0000

Grindstone: a stone disk used for polishing, grinding or sharpening tools What is it that makes the members of the Agile community so close? We come from different walks of life, yet at conferences and meet-ups, we greet each other with warmth, as friends. Perhaps it is because as trainers and coaches, we see the … Continue reading The Grindstone of Agility Happens Here – A Positive View of the Future

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Announcing the Launch of Scrum Insight – an Automated Online Scrum Coach

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 15:34:16 +0000

Scrum Insight is a tool for Scrum Masters and Scrum Coaches to help them improve their teams.  It leverages the accumulated experience of six expert coaches in an automated online tool. We have just launched version 1.0.  This version includes easy access  to a free report.  It also includes an optional paid Professional report that … Continue reading Announcing the Launch of Scrum Insight – an Automated Online Scrum Coach

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Mind-bender: A Scrum team increases their velocity by doing less work!

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 01:41:14 +0000

Sub-title: Breaking the Iron Triangle Sub-title #2: Jeff Sutherland’s book could have been called: “Scrum: Twice the decision-making in half the time leading to half the work and twice the output.” But every smart publisher would throw out that title. A discussion is raging at LinkedIn about the Iron Triangle because Jeff Sutherland, co-author of … Continue reading Mind-bender: A Scrum team increases their velocity by doing less work!

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Finding Compassion – Lessons Learned From My Street

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 23:25:27 +0000

It may be a cliche to be talking about “Compassion” in the workplace, as it is a “concept” that has been addressed multiple times over many years. Frankly, it is difficult to actually put into practice. And for me, it was something I explored, adopted, and then ignored, over the past number of decades as … Continue reading Finding Compassion – Lessons Learned From My Street

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What Kanban Is (And Isn’t)

Tue, 17 Oct 2017 16:02:38 +0000

The Kanban Method is a management method for… Directly improving service delivery; Catalyzing improvements; Evolving a business to be fit for purpose. The Kanban Method is also… An evolving and flexible system of pragmatic, actionable, evidence-based guidance; Adaptable to the unique needs of each context to which it is applied; Inclusive of evidence-based guidance from … Continue reading What Kanban Is (And Isn’t)

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Sleep and Productivity – Sustainable Pace

Thu, 05 Oct 2017 17:59:52 +0000

Good article on sleep and productivity – you need at least 6 hours per night to not fall into a vicious cycle of lower productivity leading to longer work hours, less sleep, and then lower productivity. The Agile Manifesto asks us to work in such a way that we can maintain our pace indefinitely. Affiliated … Continue reading Sleep and Productivity – Sustainable Pace

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