Over the past week, I have had the opportunity to complete “Measure What Matters” by John Doerr, who is a
To improve your listening skills, you must learn what’s keeping you from seeking and hearing the information you need. Below are descriptions of six of the more common archetypes
Not long ago, I posted on LinkedIn regarding why we should not employ a full-time scrum/agile coach
To comprehend the difference between Agile and Scrum, first, we must have a better understanding of- What is Agile? What is Scrum?
Professional Scrum Master (PSM-I) workshop has a module that talks about the Definition of DONE (DoD) and Technical Debt. I have often come
I am dedicating this very first article of mine to those who have heard or have even yet to hear of this mysterious term called ‘self-organizing teams’, and are wondering if they even exist in the first place.
Yesterday evening the Agilemania team during their social meet happened to reminiscence about how a little over a year and a half ago, five friends who were also Agile practitioners during one of their social meets somehow ended
One of the core values in Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®️) is Alignment. The events, artifacts, and practices described in the framework try to achieve this outcome. The “heartbeat” event of the framework, PI planning and Inspect and Adapt (I&A) involves everyone in the team to gain alignment on the execution and improvement. PI Planning is a two-day event where the…
As coaching is a journey for both coach and coachee, here is the list of recommended books the Coach can read to sharpen her / his skills. This book selection is a limited set from countless books on the Coaching domain. Sincere apology in advance if important books are missed out in the list (unknown to us) or your favorite…
There are a few chapters in the career of an Agile leader that he isn’t ready to read out loud. In my estimation, that does no good to the teams he keeps leading henceforth. The problems grow bigger and his teams suffer endlessly. And this is what it eventually leads to- MISGUIDED HALF-AGILE TEAMS I surely cannot afford that. So…