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What kind of timer should you use for your pomodoro learning day? This might help you to get it right. The pomodoro technique is a great way to get really, really a lot done and have fun with it. Before we can start we have to choose a timer … which seems to be straight forward,… Read Article →

Experimenting Experiencing Imagining Reflecting Analysing Thinking Deciding Acting Balancing Source: HBR Guide to Coaching Employees

Here are a few take aways from Kenneth S. Rubins book on scrum 🙂 Plan Driven Process Acceptance Test Driven Development Sprint Planning Slack Boy Scout Rule Swarming Chicken Pig Testing Dysfunction Cynefin Complex Adaptive Systems Complex Domain Complicated Domain Disorder Domain Simple Domain DOD Confidence Threshold Cost of Delay Fail Fast Fixed Release Date… Read Article →

Would the “ideal agile organization” need a #scrummaster … ? 🙂 The dysfunctional role of the scrum master is actually isolating the development team from the rest of the organization. A hyper-productive organization cannot affort to have isolated parts.  

Inspired by Mary Poppendiecks article on compensations systems   More interesting articles on this topic: Agile Performance Appraisals How to Reward Agile Teams Compensation Systems For Agile Teams COMPENSATION STRATEGIES FOR AGILE TEAMS Performance Management Using Scrum A Radical but Effective Way to Build Self-Organizing Teams

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