Posts Tagged: Teams

Retrospecting for a shared framework of understanding

One of the hardest tasks of working with a team is to get a share framework of understanding. Not only about the business domain, but also about the rules and boundaries which help us to function efficiently as a group.

Retrospecting for a shared framework of understanding

One of the hardest tasks of working with a team is to get a share framework of understanding. Not only about the business domain, but also about the rules and boundaries which help us to function efficiently as a group.

When I say jump, you say how high

(image by Carl Blake) When I say jump, you say how high. This reaction from a worker to his manager gives us a lot of information about their relationship. By asking “how high”, he implies that he doesn’t question the

When I say jump, you say how high

(image by Carl Blake) When I say jump, you say how high. This reaction from a worker to his manager gives us a lot of information about their relationship. By asking “how high”, he implies that he doesn’t question the

Agile abuse

  I hear and see more signals of agile going mainstream. Customers start asking for an agile project management approach when requesting our services. Agile is becoming a topic on most conferences, more and more books are being released about the

Agile abuse

  I hear and see more signals of agile going mainstream. Customers start asking for an agile project management approach when requesting our services. Agile is becoming a topic on most conferences, more and more books are being released about the

The a-team as agile pioneers @ SDC2010

  Image courtesy of moproblems.files.wordpress.com On March 17, 2010 I will be speaking at the Scandinavian Developer Conference in Göteborg, Sweden. My session is called ‘The A-team as agile pioneers’. That’s right! I’m going to talk about your heroes. Hannibal, Murdoch,

The a-team as agile pioneers @ SDC2010

  Image courtesy of moproblems.files.wordpress.com On March 17, 2010 I will be speaking at the Scandinavian Developer Conference in Göteborg, Sweden. My session is called ‘The A-team as agile pioneers’. That’s right! I’m going to talk about your heroes. Hannibal, Murdoch,

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Lean 5 S thoughts

While learning about lean, I came across the five S’s, which is a tool to organize a workspace with visual controls and order. The S’s stand for five Japanese words that start with an S: seiri, seiton, seiso, seiketsu, and

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Lean 5 S thoughts

While learning about lean, I came across the five S’s, which is a tool to organize a workspace with visual controls and order. The S’s stand for five Japanese words that start with an S: seiri, seiton, seiso, seiketsu, and

Scrum Gathering Munich – Being a scrum coach

Some stuff I wrote down during the panel discussion of ‘Being a Scrum coach’ at the Scrum Gathering in Munich. The panel consisted of: Christoph Mathis (moderator) Rachel Davies Siegfried Kaltenecker Peter Hundermark Bent Myllerup Q) How can you help

Scrum Gathering Munich – Being a scrum coach

Some stuff I wrote down during the panel discussion of ‘Being a Scrum coach’ at the Scrum Gathering in Munich. The panel consisted of: Christoph Mathis (moderator) Rachel Davies Siegfried Kaltenecker Peter Hundermark Bent Myllerup Q) How can you help

Scrum Gathering Munich – Social Objects in Agile Teams

Dilbert Considered Harmful? Social objects in Agile Teams This session by David Harvey was part of the O (Other/Miscellaneous) track. It is built around the idea that certain social objects in teams and workplaces can be caused by underlying issues.

Scrum Gathering Munich – Social Objects in Agile Teams

Dilbert Considered Harmful? Social objects in Agile Teams This session by David Harvey was part of the O (Other/Miscellaneous) track. It is built around the idea that certain social objects in teams and workplaces can be caused by underlying issues.