Last week, I tweeted,
Working in thin vertical slices is the keystone habit for agile software development. It enables so many other good practices.
— Richard Lawrence (@rslawrence) June 22, 2016
Among the many responses, Luke Woydziak asked
In response to my recent post on developing your skills in 2016, several people mentioned facilitation as a skill they want to grow. As with many things, you can become good enough as a facilitator in a short time,
Humanizing Work 2016 is just 6 weeks away, and we want to help you prepare to have a great experience there. Beyond the basic info on the Humanizing Work website, here are answers to some common
You’ve probably heard that it takes 10,000 hours to master something. That notion, popularized by Malcom Gladwell in his book Outliers, isn’t quite accurate—Gladwell has a tendency to oversimplify the science—but it’s certainly true that getting good at something takes time and intentionality.
A couple years ago, I dove