Welcome to the Agile Couch. A place to relax and think Agile Coaching thoughts.
“Forgetting the Factory & Making Change in Tightly Coupled Systems” Well, having barely finished my presentation, I went way over the 10 minute time. Fortunately for me, one presenter dropped out, and Lawrence was a gracious host. More of a rolling thunder talk, maybe. The YouTube video of the whole session, with all speakers here.…Keep reading
Mob Mentality episode: “Advanced Napkin Math, OM Science, Scrum, and Mobbing” — Supplementary screenshots and links
I had the pleasure of recording an episode of the Mob Mentality podcast with the energizing and fun Austin Chadwick and Chris Lucian. They do so much for the Agile community on the micro and macro level. We discussed some simulation tools, and the value of doing “Advanced Napkin Math” in cases where we don’t…Keep reading
My friend JC Smiley from Code Connector may be the most voraciously curious person I know. Every day he wakes up early and posts at least one question in the Code Connector Slack channel. Something to get people thinking, to seek out experienced opinions, and share common ideas among new learners. His two questions today:…Keep reading
18 Reasons to Change Sprints Mid-Week (and hold the Scrum Events as intended). The ironic thing about assumptions is we’re generally unaware of them. Like fish saying, “What’s water?”, we are surrounded by things we assume must be true. Which means we’ve never even considered doing them any other way. Weeks start on Monday, months…Keep reading
The dangers and warning signs of the hyper-rational. A heavy, and deep read by Tim Ottinger, whom you should follow.Keep reading
A quick post while I’m thinking about real costs (see the previous post, real costs of context-switching). The role of the Product Owner is to “maximize the value of the team”. Paradoxically, she does not do that by altering the team itself. The flip side of the coin is that the team of creators do…Keep reading
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