Scrum or Kanban… Which do You Like Better?

tl;dr: (from Karl Scotland) Scrum focuses on being agile which may (and should) lead to improving. Kanban focuses on improving, which may lead to being agile. Kanban and Scrum are two different flavors of Agile development workflow.  This post covers similarities and differences between the two approaches as applied to software development …

Unapologetic Accountability: Effective Teamwork and Collaboration

I don’t recall exactly where I read this: Teamwork is a worthy goal. And there is no disputing that it is uniquely powerful – enabling groups of people to achieve more collectively than they could have ever imagined doing apart. However, the demands of real teamwork cannot be underestimated. On high performance …

Delegation Matrix for High Performance Teams

High Performance Defined From Wikipedia: A high-performance team (HPT) can be defined as a group of people with specific roles and complementary talents and skills, aligned with and committed to a common purpose, who consistently show high levels of collaboration and innovation, that produce superior results. Characteristics of an HPT …

Synchronous Communication Sessions (aka Meetings)

Is “Meeting” Really a Dirty Word? Somewhere along the line “meetings” became a dirty word. Scheduled meetings were so much the norm in many of our days that work felt like something we tried to “squeeze in between meetings.” At the morning stand-up oft’ was heard… “Yesterday I was in meetings all day, I didn’t …

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