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Agile, Agile Coaching, Basic Scrum, Scrum

A few years ago I attended a Sprint review of a product development team. All stakeholders were invited to this meeting and got an update on the product the team was developing. The central message of the review was that the team wouldn’t be able to deliver the full feature set as promised before. Instead, the team was far away from delivering anything sellable to product management. The whole product was a mess (for various reasons that are not important here). The message was quite clear for everyone in theSEE DETAILS

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Agile, Basic Scrum, Retrospective

The problem with Scrum (or any other agile framework) is that it won’t solve any of your problems. It’s like your evil mother in law, pointing at all the things that are not working or look strange, e.g. not being able to deliver something valuable at the end of a sprint. Scrum will make all your dirty little secrets visible, and that’s it. Now it’s up to you to tidy them up. Nobody else will do it, but you. If you ignore it, nothing will change, and none of yourSEE DETAILS

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food for thought, General, Guest Post, life

Sometimes the same thing seems to pop up again and again within a short period of time. It might be coincidence, or it could be that I am just particular aware of that thing.At the moment that thing is about help – especially help in connection with mental challenges.Two weeks ago, it was #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek in England, and a lot of tweets appeared concerning this.This is an area that matters a lot to me. A lot of people living with mental health problems including me, and in many cases, it is a taboo;SEE DETAILS

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Agile, Basic Scrum, Scrum

In my experience, the Daily Scrum is one of the most misunderstood  Scrum meetings. Here are my favorite ideas, to improve your Daily ScrumGet rid of the Scrum Master and Product OwnerOne of the biggest issues with Daily Scrums is that they are executed like reporting meetings. People feel the need to prove, that they have been working the last 24 hours, especially if the Product Owner or Scrum Master is around. But that’s not the point of the Daily. The Daily Scrum is a meeting for the team toSEE DETAILS

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Agile, Agile Coaching, Business, Scrum, tips & tricks

After many years of consulting large enterprises, building the right product I found, that there is one theme that keeps coming up again and again: Garbage in, garbage out. Those teams are trying to build the wrong thing righter, and the result is often disappointing. If the input of the team is crap, so will be the output. There are various reasons for that:PO not empoweredMost companies implementing Scrum just grab their existing development teams and transform them into Scrum teams. The old project manager (PM) is now the ProductSEE DETAILS

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