Ran into Roxy today…
I enjoyed this piece because it brings some of the process and project thinking I like into pieces that one can digest in life. It helps bring some of the principles of the Agile Manifesto to every day life.
Tinkering with different problem-solving methods and perspectives is a key ingredient in this agility development practice.
Some good deeds must be punished…. severely.
Sometimes… it’s just a bad idea to do what you think might be a good idea.
Pepper is my car buddy. I take him any place I can.
pepper chooses only the manicured yards
Brew had to go really bad.
For a picky little dog, Pepper’s bathroom choices need work.
A quick run down of things that go wrong with collars and dogs and stuff.
Brew found the end of his leash the hard way.
Pepper has a big bark until this comes along…
Pepper is a lot like me after a walk… he has to put his paws up for a few…
Public speaking requires a comfort level, and virtual events are no different. Here’s how to create a home-court advantage at home.
All members should adopt a similar mindset to level the playing field and keep everyone engaged to handle high complexity.
These three steps may sound straightforward, but in practice they can be trickier than you think. Here are some tips for how to get going with P2P.
David Nour on how to visually engage a capable yet distracted and quietly disillusioned remote team with agile alignment.