Some interesting reading for the Agile community, including Don’t Give Partial Credit, by Andrew Fuqua, and We Don’t Hire Product Owners Here, by Rich Mironov.
A collection of links to interesting research from the world of neuroscience and behavioural psychology that can be applied (or not) to Agile Teams. Cyberloafing at Work Makes You More Productive (PsyBlog) – web surfing (in moderation) can boost your performance at work How guessing helps you learn, even if you guess wrong (Christian Jarrett ) […]
Readings for Agile developers, including ‘Replacing Backlog Grooming’ by Derek Huether, ‘6 Things to Look for When Recruiting for Agile Teams’ by Evan Leybourn.
Interesting reports from the world of Science that can be applied (or not) to Agile Teams Can a brain scan tell us anything about the art of creative writing? (Research Digest) Create Collaboration With The Right Incentives (Keith Sawyer) Playing Games Increases Brain Size – in case you needed an excuse (PsyBlog) The Science Behind Why […]
Some interesting reading for the Agile community: The Unexpected Emotional Effect of Sharing ‘Epic Moments’ With Others (PsyBlog) – A study says the opposite of what most predict. Can that be accurate? This seems strange. Preplanning Poker: Is This Story Even Possible? (Tim Ottinger) The Economics of Compassion in the New Economy (Mike Griffiths) How Vision Works: […]
Certified Scrum Trainer Mark Levison offers insight into the neuroscience of teams with five proven Agile methods to create teams that sizzle not fizzle.