Using a Hero’s Journey to Create an Inspiring Vision


About a year ago, I was at the St. Louis airport waiting out a summer weather flight delay. As one might do in these scenarios, I went on a quest to find some easy reading that peaked my interests. I stumbled upon a relatively new book called Building a Story Brand by Donald Miller. I

Testivus for the Rest of Us: A Whole Team Testing Experience

Happy Testivus

The Story I want to share a true story of a relatively newly formed agile team. We were made up of ten engineers writing and testing code in C++, Java, and fully embracing the emerging javascript frameworks. The application we were building was both complex and complicated. We were learning how to launch a product,

An Agile Team Task by Any Other Name – A To Do

Sprint Planning Hell

Let me first say, I know the idea of task decomposition is fairly well covered and some might call it a basic practice of any team; however, as a coach helping teams to adopt agile software development, I don’t always see teams finding this practice of defining “how to get to done” as a natural