What makes your teammates lose sleep at night? The best way to find out is simple, but not always easy: ask them!
A refresh to one of my more popular posts…
Now more than ever companies are exploring ways of measuring and visualizing how their teams are doing (KPI’s; ROV’s, NPS, etc.,)
The general idea being ya can’t improve what ya don’t measure. And without some sort of systemic approach with clear visualization – things would very much be a guessing game.
When surveyed, 80% of software developers reported they believed their skills were above average. Overestimating one’s desirable qualities relative to other people, is known as the Illusory Superiority Bias, aka the Lake Wobegon effect, one of many cognitive biases.
Oh, boy, I failed again! I recently facilitated an event where at one point I struggled mightily. As I reflected on how I might have done better, I recalled the note and vote technique: Note and vote (aka Nominal group technique (NGT)) is a structured method for brainstorming/decision making that …
The 2020 Trilogy Years have brought to light the level of challenge that exists in the US education system.
Similar to the need for change that catalyzed the Manifesto for Agile Software Development twenty+ years ago, is it time to pull all the stops out with Agile Education?