15 Scrum Anti-Patterns (and How to Fix Them)
The WholeHearted Manifesto consists on one value statement:
We Value People. (Period)
In this post we will explain how we can move to shared responsibility by focusing away from roles in Scrum.
Here is an infographic on “what is a team?”. I created it to help explain the concept in an upcoming workshop. Now I think it will be part of my basic Agile training.
Scott Edinger talks about how to conduct an informal 360° review for yourself: ask the people around you these four questions:
Play is a profoundly powerful tool for achieving business results. I think of three main ways to accomplish this: Using explicit play to do work, using play for learning, and building people’s play muscles.Read More
Lyssa Adkins ran a very practical session at DeepAgile that shared several tools for team formation or for tuning up existing teams. She often uses these right at the project start since team members may know very little about one another – even if they have been working together for years. Here is a run-through of three of the exercises.Read More
Part of my standard training for Product Owners is to help them understand how they relate to everyone else in an Agile/Scrum world. Hence the drawing below.Read More