- Agile Leadership Development
- Product Owner
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
Note: This post is adapted from some posts that I originally created on Adobe’s blog while I was an employee there.
I recently finished reading former U.S. Navy Submarine Commander David Marquet’s book “Turn the Ship Around”. It is a powerful story of learning what leadership means and the struggles Marquet had putting it into place
Faulty thinking is part of life. We’re not perfect, nor do we think perfectly. It is, however, helpful to identify faulty thinking in our own mental processes. Sometimes, merely being aware of how we think can help us stay away from potential pitfalls in our
The guys over at Expert Table Tennis had a great idea. What would it take to become an expert? Dedication? Heart?
There are moments where each one of us have wished for significant life change – this could be related to our current circumstances, our jobs, our vocations, our relationships, and even something about ourselves. Our constant desire for improvement and life change is a natural consequence of being human as all of us desperately want
Viktor Frankl was an incredible human being, having survived the Holocaust and establishing logotherapy, a type of psychotherapy. His book, Man’s Search for Meaning, details his development of his theory around meaning and
This is a companion post to last year’s “I’m a Certified Scrum Coach (CSC) – so what?” post. In that post I spoke about the advantage of using Certified Scrum Coaches over non-certified coaches for agile or Scrum training. I also wrote a post
I’ve asked myself that question more than once in the 5 or so months since I became a CSC. I never doubted my decision to go through the process and I was thrilled to have been accepted into a very small fraternity (still only 21 in