Category: Scrum

Organizational Coaching

Getting Knowledge Work to Done

Mike Cohn at Mountain Goat Software takes on the idea of Getting to Done. Cohn’s insightful post is focused on scrum as a software development process

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Organizational Coaching

Commitment vs. forecast in Scrum

Much has been said about the difference between commitment and forecasting. In the scrum guide, the concept of “committing” to work was replaced with “forecasting

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Build a Better Developer Team by Increasing Employee Engagement Webinar

I’m excited to announce that I will be speaking in an upcoming webinar hosted by APN Consulting entitled “Build a Better Developer Team by Increasing Employee Engagement.” This employee engagement webinar is on July 7 at 1PM EDT and you can register by going to APN Consulting’s website. Registration is free and open to anyone interested in learning how to skyrocket your team’s performance.

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The Agile Roundup #2 – Oh the Millennials!

By 2025, 75% of the workforce will be millennials. They are the largest generation on the planet and they are radically changing societal norms. In this week’s Agile Roundup, we explore ways you can better understand, employee and manage this radical generation.

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The Agile Roundup #1 – Employee Engagement and Self-Organization

In this week’s roundup, we focus on articles that communicate the importance of employee engagement and how you can approach your team in ways that improve both engagement and self-organization. Employee engagement can be tough to define, so we will begin with an article that does just that; it defines Employee Engagement.

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Getting things to done

Getting things to done gets you faster feedback, generates value quicker, helps you to better estimate progress and helps your team prioritize effectively.

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