According to management theory, we all do a better job if we have a clear understanding of our role and what value it is adding to the team and the organisation. We also find work more satisfying when this is the case. But quite often the role profile, position description and annual performance agreement become more of a […]Read More A role profile for poject teams
Today I ran a workshop on workshops and predictably one of the things we did was brainstorming. But one of the participants was a little bit bored with putting post-it notes on the wall, so we replaced our standard brainstorming with “what would someone else do””. This approach can work really well in either a […]Read More The “what would someone else suggest” technique
I am running a workshop workshop today – a workshop on workshops. Actually I am running a training course for some experienced facilitators and the course is about how to run workshops better. So I have been reviewing conflict management techniques, ways of engaging un-engaged participants and issue resolution techniques. Interestingly I have just noticed […]Read More How do you mean?
There are now three versions of my agile release planning game so I thought I would add them to the site so people can download them directly: The original version The basic game covers release planning and also the challenge of planning for new features, fixing defects and being impacted by technical debt. It works […]Read More Agile release planning game downloads