Agile failure is a sensitive topic but one that we as a community need to talk about in order to build a brighter future together. In this post, I will share some observations that came out of an informal session that took place over an extended coffee-break session at Play4Agile conference.Read More
Gerry Weinberg’s Secrets of Consulting is a well-recognized classic for anyone helping organizations and people. It is a delightfully written treasure trove of tips, tricks, and hard-won wisdom. My goal is to draw a mind-map of each book that I read, however, this book is too filled with gems of knowledge to compress into a single page.Read More
For me, 2010 was a year for attending many conferences but I only did one planned training session – Innovation Games® Master Course with Luke Hohmann – and it was awesome.
I am writing this post to share with you a little of what happened. Below is a photographical tour of the 2 day workshop. You can click on the images to see a higher resolution image.Read More
After reading Roger Brown’s post – Adventures in Accelerated Learning – I decided I had better read Sharon Bowman’s Training From the Back of the Room. The book has really helped me improve my training style and I look forward to taking Sharon’s training to get an immersive experience. I am writing about this now since I had a chance to put it into practice on my Kanban 101 training. In this post, I want to share the key concepts from the book.Read More
For those of you who follow the Agile Games Google group, you may already be aware of my proposal to create a Serious Games Stage at Agile 2011. The initial title concept was Agile Game stage, but then based on feedback from the list, I read about Serious Games and realized that this title fits the bill. Read More
Agile requires a lot of skills. Agile Coaching demands even more. Each individual coach has specific talents, capabilities and passions. Similarly, superheroes have their special powers, areas of strength and weaknesses. Read More