- Agile Leadership Development
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Agile For All has grown to 11 people now, but many of our readers and clients only know one or two of the team. So, over the next few weeks, we’ll be introducing each member of the team by having them answer some questions and share some photos that go beyond the official bio on the team page.
Today, we’re introducing Carol Conrad. Carol is a member of our operations team and handles many of the logistical details that make our classes run smoothly. Read More
A key part of the ScrumMaster’s or Product Owner’s job is making information visible.* Whether that’s a product backlog, taskboard, cumulative flow diagram, or a one-off visual for a specific need, good visuals lead to better decisions. Here are four principles for doing it well… Read More
Agile Organizations shift from a focus on predicting and controlling work to embracing complexity, using experiments and feedback loops to learn and grow.
This post is the second in a series where we will explore each of the Principles of Agile Organizations in more depth.
Last week, I described how to do the observation step of Focused Conversation without having to talk about all the details. At this point, many facilitators would naturally want to guide the group through interpreting the data. But the Focused Conversation method prescribes another step in between: reflection.
Agile Organizations shift from a focus on short-term profits towards a focus on customer delight and achieving a shared purpose.
This issue is the first in a series where we will explore each of the Principles of Agile Organizations in more depth.
The Focused Conversation method asks us to start with observations before assigning labels – good, bad, effective, worthwhile, motivating, etc. In real-life facilitation, it can feel a little slow to start a retrospective with a simple “What happened this sprint?”