I heard a good joke not too long ago: How do you tell the difference between introverted and extroverted engineers? The extroverts stare at YOUR shoes! Joking aside, we all work with both introverts and extroverts in our organizations and on our development teams. Creating an environment that helps both types shine …
/me nods to Hatim Tyabji at VeriFone, and David Marquet
Opportunities for failure lurk everywhere. In projects, in code roll-outs, in team member interactions. We’re going to try a lot of new things. Some will work. Some won’t. We don’t set out to fail, but when we do, how will we handle it?
No one says, “No, but…”
Only, “Yes, and…”
Instead of subtracting… plussing.
Overview The goal of the retro is to empower teams (groups of people focused on a common goal) to control their own destiny. In retrospectives teams look for primarily for improvement actions that they can do themselves. If they want to try a different way of working, it’s up to them …