Win! Duh, Winning! Okay, I know that is so 2011. But it is only human nature to want to not be put in a losing position, in fact we talk a lot about winning. We are naturally competitive, some folks more so than others — you know who you are. This may be an evolutionary
If you work with a team, and possibly, you are the Scrum Master or Lead or Product Owner, or just a Team Member trying to guide a conversation — then these interactive facilitation techniques are for you. But before we move on, let’s first get it out there that we may call these “Interactive Facilitation
If you are reading this blog, then you are either part of an Agile transformation or you are someone considering an agile transformation. If you are someone that works in a management or simply a position of authority at your organization, if you don’t know much about Agile or Lean except that they are the
Well, it has been almost three years with the maniac and now it’s time for a change. Actually, what has occurred is that some nice person told me, Matt, to Google the definition of maniac. So I did, and here’s what I found: maniac (plural maniacs) An insane person, especially one who suffers from a
Originally published on May 16, 2010, this post goes into the simple idea of establishing trust. Trust is critical to the success of any product delivery team. Once you have it, you'll have a happy, successful workforce.