Certified Scrum Trainer Mark Levison has been around the block, more than a few times, and he was getting frustrated by what he saw happening in Scrum. When Mark is invited into businesses and industries to talk with Scrum teams, it’s typically with the request to help them do Scrum better so they can be more […]
Your team is working on the World’s Smallest Online Bookstore, a site that provides the best results (just a few) for every search, not every result on earth. We’re a vulture capital funded company, so if we don’t deliver, our funding will be cut. So begins the opening of the High-Performance Teams Game. My goal […]
Taking a leaf out of Dan’s book for Agile leaders, The Culture Game, this review is written using the Perfection Game. (I rate the book 8 out of 10.)
Our case study Scrum Team is accumulating Technical Debt and needs to adjust Velocity and review Definition of Done, Unit Testing and Restructuring Legacy Code.
Ready to start exploring some issues in Scrum that we didn’t have time to cover? This mind map highlights 29 books that you may find interesting.
As regular readers of this blog will know I’ve given a talk based on readings in Neuroscience, called “Learning Best Approaches for Your Brain” – several times this year (Agile 2009 and Agile Ottawa). After several requests I’m posting the slide deck (pdf) here – but I’m afraid that it will really only be useful […]
The third and final my Best Agile Books the 2007 Edition series. (Part II was Background Material). There will be even fewer notes than there were in yesterday’s. It really has been a long week. Development/Code Related Working Effectively with Legacy Code by Michael Feathers – Do you have legacy code? Does your code include […]
This is the second part of my Best Agile Books in 2007 Edition. This post will considerably lighter on notes than its predecessor because I’m tired and under the weather. Background Books Corporate Culture Survival Guide by Edgar H. Schein – an insightful book that looks at the corporate culture and how it forms. In […]