I’ve been struggling to summarize the best way to describe what happened at Agile2013. It’s been 3 weeks now and I’ve come to this conclusion. With over 1700 participating and 20 tracks, I decided I can’t do it. It’s almost […]
I’ve been swamped since the Agile2013 conference, but wanted to share an answer to a recent question: “How does Agile and Lean thinking contribute to help organisations become learning organisations?” What is typically behind this question is this: “We’ve been successful […]
Coaching leaders and teams at various organizational levels, I am constantly amazed at how many people do not know how to facilitate a meeting. Facilitation is not about building a purpose and agenda that works for you and then “driving” […]
Last Wednesday I was invited by AgileBill Krebs to share my thoughts on the evolution of teams on Agile Witness News. We discussed some of the evolving enterprise agile frameworks and the different types of teams being classified by these […]
I’m very excited to announce that Agile Orlando will be rebooting on July 23, 2013! Our goal is to grow knowledge within the Central Florida community on lean and agile project management and software development. I’d like to share how […]
As a coach of coaches, this is a question I often get from new agile coaches and scrummasters. Many are familiar with the Tuckman model of teams: Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing. But despite the decades of advice and tools built […]
This blog was inspired by one question: How do I coach myself? As an agile coach that has coached numerous individuals and organizations over the years, it’s easy for me to coach others. However, the question of coaching myself for […]
This blog will share my thoughts on various topics … some agile, some on other topics that are of interest to me. Stay tuned.