Psychological Safety Agile Team Performance. What better topic for a podcast named The Guardian than that of psychological safety? The term psychological safety is one that is relatively new as applied to Agile. Psychological safety is roughly defined as a shared belief that members of an Agile team can take risks without fear of blame, expulsion from the group or even getting fired. The best teams…
On this edition of The Guardian Podcast with Ryn Melberg, Ryn talks with Joel Traugott. Joel is a self-described digital marketing geek with a love of data-driven marketing and a flair for building & optimizing traffic & revenue. Joel loves to teach others about marketing, and show the power of optimization to clients and others. Also, super into funnels. And today, we will…
TL;DR—Scrum Master Anti-Patterns from Job Ads Job ads for scrum master or agile coach positions reveal a great insight into an organization’s progress on becoming agile. Learn more about what makes job ads such a treasure trove with the following 22 scrum master anti-patterns. To gain these, I analyzed more than 50 job ads for… Read more »
That’s it. After 10 years, allaboutagile.com has gone! But don’t panic, all the content has been moved, hopefully safely, to a new home over here on 101ways.com. 10 years ago, ‘All About Agile’ seemed like a perfectly good name for the blog, since all the content was focused exclusively on agile ways of working. However, in that time, so many
TL;DR: The Scrum Product Owner in 56 Theses The following 56 scrum product owner theses describe the role of the PO from a holistic product creation perspective. The 56 product owner theses cover the concept of the product owner role, product discovery, how to deal with external and internal stakeholders, product roadmap planning, as well… Read more »
TL;DR: Sprint Retrospective Anti-Patterns What ceremony could better embody scrum’s ‘inspect and adapt’ mantra than the sprint retrospective? I assume all agile peers agree that even the simplest retrospective—if only held regularly—is far more useful than having a fancy one once in a while, or in the worst case having none at all. And there… Read more »
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Agile And The Learning Culture Corporate culture is one of those topics that gets written and talked about a good bit and with good reason. Implementing and maintaining an Agile culture and an Agile learning culture are both very challenging. Inside a learning culture employees have to be willing to keep up with what is new and how that newness impacts their performance and contribution…
Learn more about transforming people, process and culture with the Real Agility Program In a recent scan of the e-literature on the reciprocal impact of Agile on HR, I connected some very interesting insights which I’d like to share. A set of insights that looks like ripples across the surface of a pond. Ripples that … Continue reading 5 Insights to Help HR Ride the Agile Wave →
It’s clear that the Agile Methodology is not restricted to software development teams. Countless organizations have improved their flexibility and delivery speed with an Agile mindset, and many have successfully scaled Agile through every department. Agile is already
When Scrum was first defined, it addressed a number of issues that plagued IT organizations of the 1980s. Functional silos and their key side-effect, cross-team dependencies. Lack of clear communication. Extended lead times. Poor alignment of solutions with needs. High defect rates. More. To this day, Scrum continues to be a valuable tool for teams […]
TL;DR: How to Align Scrum Teams Do you remember the good old days when the organization started with its first Scrum team? And the new engineering kid on the block was “merely” supposed to deliver a potentially shippable product increment at the end of a sprint? The first team was to sound the bell for … Continue reading How to Align Scrum Teams
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