Knowing your Myers-Briggs type is almost as common as knowing your credit score – maybe even more so. It’s widely considered to be the most frequently used personality test, but evidence – or, rather, lack thereof – suggests that it’s totally meaningless and organizations should stop using it. CEOs get paid too much, according to pretty much everyone in […]
Quick links that might interest ScrumMasters in training. On the topics of multitasking, introversion, parenting, and our favourite tech companies.
Some interesting reading for the Agile community: Learning How to Exert Self-Control – the Marshmallow Man explains what you can learn from five year olds (Pamela Druckerman) Refactoring Legacy Applications: A Case Study (Chen Ping ) Examining the Force of Habits, Seen and Unseen (Rick Nauert) THE NEW STUFF COLUMN: What’s Just Come in? (Jim […]
Some reading that Agile folk will be interested in: Flow Is For Sissies (Andrew Fuqua) Scrum: Tracking Impediments (James Rosko) Ready Column: Breaking Out Projects (Jim Benson) How Women Can Help Build Better Agile Teams (Pawel Brodzinski) Don’t Estimate Stories In Sprint Planning (Andrew Fuqua) Why your team should appoint a “meta-knowledge” champion (Mell, J., […]