Thursday, August 30, 2018

#Agile Military style - a winner.

Using agile mindset  in the Military will win wars and improve performance  . Here's how.

Sunday, August 26, 2018

How to develop 'Working teams' coaching Approach?

Team coaching is becoming a popular concept. What are the concepts and approaches we need to develop when wanting to coach our teams to higher levels of performance?

#Scrum board tips and tricks

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Making the entire organization agile - Howto ?

Technical team can not be truly agile if HR, finance, and management are not. But agile is not a methodology: it's a different mindset. This mindset should be adopted if the organization wants to survive in the new business environment of today.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Accountability vs. Responsibility vs. Authority

These terms are almost always confused, interchanged and usually poorly understood.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

What is #noprojects ? A Culture of Continuous Value

If You Need to Start a Project, You’ve Already Failed "#noprojects is not about getting rid of projects and project managers, but about being able to continuously deliverer value to customers. It takes a culture where people work towards outcomes, a culture that truly embraces change and fosters continuous improvement as Evan and Shane explain in their book #noprojects - a culture of continuous value."

Monday, August 6, 2018

#Agile and #Autism Friends or Foe?

There are a higher number than average of people with high functioning autistic in high-tech jobs. These are generally highly technical jobs but for the last 10 years or so they also demand an interaction skills with others in order to achieve business goals.
So how people with an ASD would fit into agile. We can imagine agile as a barrier, or is it just the opposite?

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Why you want an Autistic on your tech team? #autism

"PayPal founder and Facebook investor, Peter Thiel, writes in his book “Zero to One,”

The hazards of imitative competition may partially explain why individuals with an Asperger’s-like social ineptitude seem to be at an advantage in Silicon Valley today. If you’re less sensitive to social cues, then you’re less likely to do the same thing as everyone around you.

Thiel is not alone in believing that people with Asperger’s possess natural skills and abilities prized in the competitive world of technology"

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Why #Scrum meetings are boring and ineffective ?

"According to MeetingKing, 11 million meetings occur in the US every business day, and waste $37 billion in lost time each year. Maybe you are in a boring meeting right now, reading this.   We typically complain we have too many meetings, but the real issue is that the meetings normally aren't very effective.”