SSD (Solutions Social Deduction) is a team activity that helps groups become a learning organization. To do so, it encourages individuals to improve the way the observe the group's situation and pushes them to find what is good for them as well as the reusable things already working.
Author: Gaël Rebmann
The Lifeboat: a game about prioritization and value
The Lifeboat is a game that helps you discover and handle the concept of value and prioritization of a backlog under various conditions: one single team or several teams or even teams getting beset with multiple contradictory demands. Oh and, by the way, you’re going to save (virtual) lives… Or not!
Better than a transformation plan, a (battle) map
Better than a transformation plan, a (battle) map that allows you and your organization taking the best decisions and aligning on the actions to to more easily
HEART: Murphy, Taleb and Schumacher demystify proactivity
Proactivity is probably the hardest of the three principles of HEART to understand.
It is often wrongly opposed to reactivity. It's time to demystify it!
The place of the architect in an Agile organization, is it complicated?
As a coach, I am often asked: "what is the place of [insert a role here] with YOUR Agile thing?".
Today, it's time to give you an answer for Architects.
Of the necessity of a specialized agile guide
If you go sightseeing, a specialist travel guide might be helpful. Especially if, like a good agile guy should do, you are going to the mountains. But I won’t talk about such persons, not today. Not long ago, I was introducing you to the HEART, the true essence of the agile (“Sorry, humility? Humility did … Continue reading Of the necessity of a specialized agile guide
HEART, A Concentrate of Agile
HEART is made of three principles which are sufficient to make you Agile. If you thought that Agile was 4 values and 12 principles that were stodgy, you should definitely have a look to HEART
Building software products is not complicated!
A lot of the difficulties teams encounter while developing a software come from their belief than it is complicated... But it's not!