Framework Tunnel Vision

Originally posts August 2013. Disclaimer: I could have named this framework/method/process tunnel vision, but that seems a bit redundant. So don’t infer I mean to pick on any Agile approach that is a framework over one that is called a method or a process. I am just using the word framework generically. For the purposes of shortness, … Continue reading “Framework Tunnel Vision”

Presumptions I Do Not Believe In

This blog was originally written in August of 2014. I’ve added a few items today. And will continue to add items as they occur to me.  When I first wrote this I called them ‘myths’ but now call them presumptions since that is more indicative of what they are. The difference between science and religion is … Continue reading “Presumptions I Do Not Believe In”

If you know Scrum or Kanban your next course should be in a course that covers what you don’t know

I’ve written recent posts about stoping the binary thinking & a Manifesto for Agile Learning. The key point of both is that breadth is more important than depth. If you’re an SM you may have the concepts of Scrum & Agile down, but may not have what you need regarding Kanban. If all you’ve done … Continue reading “If you know Scrum or Kanban your next course should be in a course that covers what you don’t know”