One of my favorite quotes from a business leader whom I have great respect for is “A failure to plan on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine”. How many times have we all been in this situation? Right, I know!! Someone else’s work suddenly slams into your teams schedule causing chaos and disarray and you are now expected to drop everything to help put the pieces back together. Continue reading Your failure to plan..
As lean agile leaders we invest tremendous amounts of time, effort, and passion in helping our teams focus on getting priorities to done. It is a core principle we want every team to embrace. If you are anything like me, … Continue reading What is the most important thing you need to today?
A retrospective is quite possibly the most powerful tool in an agile teams toolbox. Sadly teams often use this time to collect and complain vs. inspect and adapt. Leaving the room without an action plan to get better. Weeks and … Continue reading Collect and complain
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