Back in the 1960s, American physician and neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean proposed the triune brain as a model of the evolution of the vertebrate forebrain and behavior. Subsequent it has been called “…the myth lurking in every coaching conversation.
This week I’m celebrating my 3-year anniversary at Agile Velocity And enjoying a special care package my teammates sent to my door. They know me well. Coffee and dark chocolate!
As I reflect on the 1,095+ day journey so far, it feels like I’ve been part of three different companies, so much has happened.
If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend the book: “The Progress Principle.” The authors’ explored the question: “What really makes people happy, motivated, productive, and creative at work…?” Plot spoiler alert: the title is a dead giveaway on what makes us and our teams tick: The strongest contributing factors: …
Ever since the dawn of our species, we’ve told stories.
We’ve sung them, told them around campfires, painted them on cave walls, drew them on clay pots and canvases, woven them in tapestries and carved them into stone. Eventually we wrote them down.
Today, we share stories via sticky notes, podcasts, town halls, planning meetings and daily scrums.
There are a number of great resources related to being a great Product Owner. Below are but a few of my favorites. If you only have 10 minutes and want to learn what it means to be a product owner Watch Henrik Kniberg’s 15-minute video at 1.25x speed! Then spend the rest of your career absorbing from below…