Agile principle # 12 | Continuous improvement
This is the final article on the series I started so that we could celebrate the agile manifesto by re-investigating its twelve principles. And today it’s all about agile principle
3 courageous questions to ask that boost effectiveness
I selected these 3 courageous questions for you to ask because they will boost the effectiveness of whoever you coach, be them teams or individuals. Why should you care? I’m
Are you that agile coach who just asks frustrating questions?
Have you been frustrated asking an agile coach a question just to feel that they ask you back questions that are unhelpful and do not get you unstuck? Literally you
5 personal Values extraordinary agile coaches uphold
Exceptional agile coaches differentiate themselves by upholding high standards and personal values. Here’s 5 of them for you to use.
Stop “adding more resources” to your project or teams. It’s hurting their performance.
It is an ingrained misconception to think you can just add more people to projects as if they were resources. In this blog post
Agile principle # 11 | emergence and self-organization
The agile principle 11 challenges the assumptions that:
Specialization breeds better work.
Someone must control and someone must execute.
Once it’s done, it’s over, never to be touched again.