We briefly interrupt our series on Agile Transition to bring you a shallow dip into a very deep pool. At www.agilecamp.org, Jeff McKenna and I gave mini-workshop on the importance of cultivating mindfulness and accessing presence when coaching others. Most
A number of success factors for Agile Transition are important to emphasize because they represent structural and, in many cases, cultural shifts from traditional software development and management environments. Most organizations miss many of these, thinking that they are simply
Many companies start their shift to Agile by bringing in a trainer. It’s a good idea, but it is not enough. Agile adoption is not like putting a new set of tires on your car. Before too long, you are
Here is a link to my recipe for running a Coaches Clinic at a conference. My experience is with Agile Software Development conferences but this structure could be used for any conference that has people seeking a little coaching help.
I recently had the pleasure to facilitate my third Coaches Clinic at an Agile conference. Here are some things that people asked about.
A common question asked in large enterprises when they start transitioning to Agile is “What about dependencies?” When we talk about incremental development, evolutionary design and simple solutions some people get nervous. “But our system is huge and complicated!” we