A long time ago, I read a book written in 1969 by Laurence J. Peter called The Peter Principle. It explained that those who work well are promoted to better job positions bringing on more responsibility. And so, they will end up in a position in which they would not be able to even fulfill… Continue reading Why Agile Companies are filled with incompetent employees?
Ok, let say that the Product Owner has been available and helping the Scrum Team 100% of his time, worked closely with those implementing the “how” part of the solution, refined the backlog at least twice a week, maintained the delivery dates and pressure away from the team and taught the company about the importance of… Continue reading How to deal with a Sprint Review if the Product Owner is not available
This is a very frequent question in new Agile organizations... is there a single type of Agile Coach? Let me give you an example before giving you the final answer. If you are a soccer player, you will worry about your personal performance, playing strategies, team and personal skills, etc. Is this the only perspective?… Continue reading What types of Agile Coach can you find on the market and how do they differ?