Articles I've written
Scrum and Kanban at the Enterprise and Team Levels
This post describes two practical examples of how, by combining Scrum and Kanban processes, improvements can achieved at two levels: the individual team level and the enterprise level. . . .
Motivation 3.0 Is Required to Transition from Tribe Stage 3 to Tribe Stage 4
Our current business operating system that is built around external, carrot-and-stick motivators -- which don't work and often do more harm than good. We need a system upgrade. And the science shows the way. . . .
Be an Educated Consumer
You just bought a house and decided to renovate. You brought in a contractor to estimate the work that you want done. What is your biggest fear? Here are a few possibilities. . . .
Bad Smells: Appraisals and Performance Reviews Influenced by Agile Coaches
In his book The Culture Game, Daniel Mezick very well describes the do's and don'ts of an Agile coach (Chapter 17). This philosophy neatly applies to Agile coaches who operate as consultants. How about coaches who are no longer consultants?
Unspoken Agile Topics
This paper brings to light some of the least-discussed topics and consequences of "broadband agilization" that currently take place in the industry. . . .