Help je Scrum team blokkerende schijnbare tegenstellingen samen te onderzoeken met LS Wicked Questions

Cross post: ik schreef het volgende artikel op LinkedIn Paradoxen zijn mooi : ze geven je de kans om iets uit te vogelen, te onderzoeken, iets te leren en nog even niets te vinden terwijl je puzzelt. Paradoxen kunnen je vooruit helpen, zoals bijvoorbeeld deze: “Hoe komt het dat in onze complexe context, het uitbreiden […]

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A True Team!

Just 2 weeks ago, one team I work with, was finally ready to go out and have dinner and drinks. It was after a few weeks of struggles about processes, (a lack of )leadership and (unclear) demanding clients ánd a first successful release. During the night, their name changed from “team 1” into : MaxPinguins. […]

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What is Agile?

In this article Simon Powers asks : “What is Agile?” It’s a question that’s been asked (too) many times, but again, it’s in Agile’s nature to keep changing so the question will probably stay around for a while 🙂 The article is about this diagram: The bottom line is: Many organizations think that they’re agile […]

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What Exactly is an Agile Attitude of a Team?

If “Agile” means moving with quick, easy grace. “Being Agile” as an IT team might mean: Being able to easily and frequently release useful and quality software. If that definition is true, so is the following: Organizing yourselves in a team so you can easily handle changes Being ready for and responding to changes Maximizing […]

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Event : Agile Market+ @Prowareness

On February 11th I attended the Agile Market+ at the Prowareness NL office in Delft. It was a nice afternoon / evening because I met my former colleague Hanneke again, had interesting conversations about Agile and Scrum and attended several interesting talks. I learned most from Jurgen Appelo’s talk, because the context he gives in his […]

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