I recently published a way for team coaches to help a person or team convert a “Catastrophe” into a plan of attack. This is another approach to doing the same thing. AdvertisementsRead More Its a catastrophe – option 2
Recently, some people asked me if I used an agile maturity model. I guess this should not come as a surprise because agile has gone mainstream. Organisations are now struggling with how to create a consistent and effective approach to implementing agile practices. A maturity model is a good way of assessing whether a team […]Read More My (dodgy) agile maturity model
In this series of articles I will provide suggestions for helping people tackle problems and “catastrophes.” In each case I either provide some open questions or “a couple of boxes on a wall.”Read More Its a catastrophe – how does an agile coach respond?
I previously looked at the “MVP” of democracy – voting with a thumb. Now I am looking at the concepts of 5 finger voting and 10 finger voting.Read More 5 and 10 finger voting