I’m referring to getting large numbers of people up to speed effectively and economically in knowing how to do Agile development. Consider what we know about how people learn: Continue reading “The scaling we’ve forgotten”
After being at Agile 2018 I see more hope for people learning how to become more effective in a more effective manner. People were asking questions and fewer were looking for quick, rote, solutions. Of course, my sample was incredibly unscientific and is anecdotal. But I am an optimist.
I know I have a reputation for seeing the negative in things. But my path has always been: Continue reading “An open invitation for a discussion”
I founded Net Objectives almost 20 yrs ago. I have always loved solving problems & having a chance to earn a living by helping others solve problems has been a very wonderful opportunity for me. Continue reading “A personal goal of almost two decades is manifested today”
If you are kicking off new teams there are two types of coaches you can bring in. While it’s useful to bring in someone who can actually help with the work, such as a technical or ATDD coach, when it comes to Scrum or Agile coaches it’s usually better to grow your own. There are several reasons for this:
Which initial training you chose should therefore be that teams can do this after their initial training. The promoted belief that you should focus on the framework & then learn how to do this later is not just self-serving, it is wrong. While you can take a course and then pay for coaching after the workshop to learn this is not just expensive but wastes the time of your staff and often produces resistance. Continue reading “The #1 challenge for teams after Scrum training is writing small, well-scoped, testable stories”