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A client recently asked me if a unit test could test multiple objects. On the surface, you might suppose my immediate answer would be “No way!” But his question, and my answer were both a bit more nuanced than that. Read More
Humanizing Work Show Season 2 Finale: What Are the Top Characteristics That Make a Team Great? We’re Asking the Adobe Audition Team.
Industry leader, @Adobe, is known for its innovation in the creative industry, allowing creatives to do what they do best with the help of innovative tools. Audio professionals look to Adobe to help them create their best work with the use of Adobe Audition, an audio editing, mixing, and creation tool. Read More
Great models for building a strong and healthy team include regularly reviewing the work and how it’s being done to improve going forward, creating structures for excellence and growth and tapping into human rhythms and cadences to how we break up work, just to name a few. Read More
Trust is a key component in any healthy team. Business outcomes soar and individuals thrive when trust is at the team’s core. But what builds trust? How do strong teams turn to one another in times of adversity rather than creating more conflict amongst themselves? How do both the team and the individual grow and succeed? Read More
Think about it. When people are paying attention to what other people are doing in a more present and engaged way, it frees them up to contribute in new ways and bring more creativity to the table. The parallels between jazz and how great teams operate are widespread. Read More
Most meaningful work happens in teams so to further expand the Humanizing Work movement and conversation we are taking season 2 to focus on teams. Richard Lawrence and Peter Green dive into what makes teams great, what gets in their way and what we can learn from various kinds of teams. Read More
My popular How to Split a User Story flowchart has already been translated to French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Hungarian. Thanks to work from Ewa Koprowska and Łukasz Szóstek, it’s now available in Polish, as well.
Click the thumbnail below to download the full-size PDF version.
Ron Jeffries coined the term #DarkScrum.
#DarkScrum occurs when we focus on enforcing Scrum mechanics rather than reinforcing Agile Values and Principles.
This results in
#BrightScrum occurs when we choose a mindset congruent with Agile values and principles. #BrightScrum happens we use Scrum to help us actualize the Agile Manifesto.
After deep analysis and research with Agile For All’s team of mathematicians and data scientists, we uncovered a formula that makes #DarkScrum all but certain in your organization.
Download the #DarkScrum Formula here. Post it up for your team and managers, email it to a friend, and share it on social media to help spread awareness of how to detect and prevent #DarkScrum.
Let’s make more #BrightScrum, together.