The idea “don’t motivate people, stop demotivating them” violates Two-Factor Theory, which says removing things that demotivate people doesn’t mean they will be motivated. They are not opposites. People still want to feel motivated about something. You can create that something. — Jurgen Appelo (@jurgenappelo) January 22, 2018 Source:

“The first flawed assumption is that it is possible to plan such a large project The second flawed assumption is that it is possible to protect against late changes. The third flawed assumption is that it even makes sense to lock in big projects early.” Source: The roots of agile project management

Sources: Ball Point Game BALL POINT GAME Feel the Scrum Flow @BorisGloger The Ball Point Game by Scrumology in Newsletter Articles Agile Games – ball point game by Kelly Waters Ball Point Game Ball Point Game – Introducing Agile By The Fun Way Learning Scrum through the Ball Point Game BALL POINT GAME Coaching Scrum with… Read Article →

Ressources with activities for retrospectives. Websites Retromat and Retromat Agile Strides Activities Team Radar Scrum Master is on Vacation! How do we do the Retrospective now :-O Retrospective Activity: The 4 Ls … for more see also Retrosectives Books Retrospektiven – kurz & gut by Rolf Dräther Game Storming More Retrosective Activities  

Useful tool to discuss decisions, viewpoints and to investigate conflict situations. Scales of Agreement Method Overview     Cards I was not quite satisfied with the cards provided on the meeting facilitation site [1] so I did a little bit of research and that it what I came up with: ScaleOfAgreement_de+en Source Coaching & Beratung by… Read Article →

“There are two types of bottlenecks: capacity constrained and non-instant variability. Here´s how to approach them.” The Two Types of Bottlenecks   Capacity Constrained: unable to do more work Non-Instant availability: limited capacity due to  limited (but usually predictable) availability Strategies to Handle Bottlenecks Generally bottlenecks perform well below their potential capacity. It is therefore… Read Article →

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