What if a leader in Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Flow, SAFe, design patterns, ATDD, …
… when he saw a challenge with a framework he worked on overcoming it
… was focused on results not on creating a unique framework
… didn’t agree with others that there were limitations on what could be done
… didn’t think simple to understand meant difficult to implement
… attended to the dilemmas in creating approaches that were straightforward to start and guided you in improvement
… respected people’s knowledge and didn’t think they should trust consultant’s recommendations but trust themselves after a little guidance
… believed consultants should work themselves out of a job as soon as possible
… thought the attention should be on the work, not the framework
… argued for what worked, not defended frameworks
… put together a framework that incorporated the good that was learned while avoiding the limitations that had been accepted
After 20 years of working on this, there is, and the result is a new kind of framework. One based on patterns thinking that provides a tailored start and includes how to learn to improve. It’s based on laws of development, not my opinion. The first online workshop (with me guiding you) starts this week.
Please let me know if you’re interested.