Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

29-12-2011

Toasting Management in #stoos? Anstossen or anstoosen?

In ten days or so, barring bad weather or last minute emergencies, some 22 thought leaders, idea farmers, managers, agilists, community leaders or otherwise interesting people […]
26-12-2011

Towards an ‘Agile Manifesto’ for Leadership at Stoos?

The Agile Manifesto has been the basis of a shared identity for software developers for over 10 years. A diverse group of people – the thought […]
26-12-2011

More ideas on How To Start Global Managment Warming in #Stoos

The interest is great, and feedback equally so. Today feedback from: Sigi Kaltenegger on whether a big gesture will be helpful Scott C. Schuck on learning […]
24-12-2011

In Praise of Slack

One of the oldest questions in Scrum is, ‘to how much work should a team commit each sprint?’ The standard answer is, ‘as much as the […]
24-12-2011

Ideas on How to Start Global Management Warming in #stoos

Our call for help in preparation for the #Stoos Gathering has spurred much discussion throughout the web (see also here and here). Today feedback from Andreas […]
23-12-2011

#Stoos Looking for a Simple Framework for Applying Radical Management

“Scrum has been so successful because it is a simple framework that is easy to teach and easy to follow. A framework for general management needs […]
17-12-2011

Announcing Radical Management Training

Radical Management TrainingDelighting The Customer Through Continuous Innovation with Steve Denning and Peter Stevens As a business leader, have you ever wondered what Steve Jobs did […]
14-12-2011

Achieving Phase Change: Why is it so difficult to change management

In preparation for the #Stoos Gathering, we have been asking ‘Why is it so difficult to change management? While we are not the first to ask […]
09-12-2011

Talk to me

The first suggestion for improvement in my poll on Swiss Banks was poll on Customer Delight was quite simple: “I wish they would talk to me.” […]