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Does your organization have a meeting-driven culture? Not sure? Ask yourself how much time you spend in meetings. Are they effective?  ..read more
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Preamble Is there such a thing as a perfect Scrum Master? Likely not, because of course we are all human and not perfect beings. However, ..read more
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I recently had a scheduled call with a client that was aimed to level-set expectations around some upcoming Agile Consultation work that I ..read more
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I like to get to the heart of things – their source. Therefore, I love the Agile Manifesto when trying to understand all things ..read more
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As a technical agile coach and trainer, I help teams discover ways of testing. Some teams ignore tests altogether, while others write every ..read more
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To understand why so many people around the world have adopted Agile as their first and foremost guide to improvement, we must first look ..read more
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(Image: Cover image of the book Essential Kanban Condensed by David J. Anderson and Andy Carmichael.) Many people I interact with seem to ..read more
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Agile Advice by James Steele - 1y ago
Most people would rather be wrong than uncertain. When the prospect of being right is questionable, human beings would rather commit to a ..read more
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Most leaders I work with have a common frustration they express to me: an inability to achieve significant gains in how quick and ..read more
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