I recently had the pleasure to facilitate my third Coaches Clinic at an Agile conference. Here are some things that people asked about.
I had the honor to present two sessions at the Agile2010 conference this week with my co-host Mark Levison. These sessions are the latest in our collaborative quest to bring the findings of neuroscience into our work as Agile coaches.
I got a valuable gift at Agile Open California during a workshop on Improvisational Comedy.
Agile software development is a big change for many organizations. The most typical pattern is to start with one or two small projects and then build on success with more projects. In time, a wider change in organizational process and
Earlier this year I was in an Open Space workshop about teaching games. We chose the Definition of Done as a game subject and started brainstorming ways to illustrate its importance. It was harder than we anticipated. Ironically, we ran
In my early Agile days, we did not have a formal Definition of Done. We went by feel. If we were happy with the implementation from a design standpoint, if the story did what the Product Owner asked for, if