When I talk to my executive clients about their challenges in business, the topic that comes up over and over is innovation. Success is all about innovation, particularly the speed of innovation. Now, why is that?
Today, many people wonder how Musk companies like Tesla and SpaceX can innovate so fast. Musk and other senior executives however have already shared the secret! It’s a 5-step process they call “The Algorithm.” I’m Peter B. Stevens; this is the Agile Minute, and here’s how it works! (Video and Infographic)
Tesla and SpaceX are out-innovating the competition. How are they doing it? How are you going to catch up? I just spent two days with Joe Justice, the TEDx speaker and pioneer of Extreme Manufacturing, and he shared how they work. Here is a five-minute introduction to how they work
Why do you do a Daily Scrum? If the answer is ‘to figure out what we are going to do today,’ you can skip this post! Otherwise, read on for some tips on bringing energy, focus, and purpose into your Daily Scrum.
How to improve your team with one picture and 16 questions. Your task board is a treasure trove of information about how your team works. Mine it for facts and insights in your next retrospective (or even sooner) to improve both the retro itself and its impact. I call this a fact-driven retrospective, and here’s how it works.
Too many changes or too much work in the sprint? The root cause is often the Product Owner. Use this ‘Spotter’s Guide’ to see what kind of Product Owner you have, what the impact is, and whether your team needs an upgrade!
“What happened to the role, Project Manager? Don’t we still need one?” I get asked this question over and over. Short answer: The project manager’s duties have been reapportioned in Scrum. Read on to see where they landed, and why.
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