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Agile enthusiasts often say, “Hey, if we’re Agile, we don’t need managers because our team is self-organizing.”
That may be true in a very limited perspective of what managers do and what self-management means.
I recently found yet another article (“Agile software development is dead. Deal with it.“) that proclaims the death of Agile. It seems like every month or two a new article is published proclaiming that Agile is dead. So far, every one of these articles has made this argument using some kind of a straw man.
I’m going to share an opinion about self-organization that might be a bit controversial.
Hey everybody, it’s Peter Green with Agile for All. All my product owners, my product managers, my entrepreneurs, my CEOs, my chief product folks, this one’s for you.
Today, I want to talk a little bit about vision. Don’t roll your eyes. I see you. Don’t do it!
All right. Vision, I know. It seems like a basic thing. Yeah, okay, we need a vision, but boy, it’s hard to do well, and if we’re not doing it well, it can seem like wasted effort.
I’m resisting with all of my might the urge to sing a Vanilla Ice song:
Stop, collaborate, and listen.
I guess I didn’t resist very well, did I? All right, I did it anyway. I apologize. Sometimes I can’t help but quote some Vanilla Ice.
My wife and I have homeschooled our boys for 14 years. Two started university this school year, returning home last week when their campus closed. The third is a sophomore in high school. At home, we’ve applied many of the principles, models, tools, and skills I use in my work to help individuals and teams learn and work more effectively. Read More
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I recently found an interesting tweet from Maren Baermann about motivation.