“When will we be done?” is the business equivalent of “Are we there yet?” And unlike “Are we there yet?” it is a much harder question to answer. All too often the answer is either “we don’t know” or “We must ship by August 7th, even if we’re not done.” Join us for this webinar to answer these questions
When looking at the transparency of Agile and the granularity of team-based metrics, it is extremely important to be responsible in how you use your measurements. On May 31 at 12 pm ET, Applied Frameworks Joel Bancroft-Connors and Laura Caldie will join to discuss the five principals they use when dealing with Agile Metrics
Principle 8 of the Agile Manifesto speaks of Sustainable development. Sustainability starts with a strong purpose. While Dan Pink’s Autonomy and Mastery are built into Scrum, purpose is often lacking for the team. We need a way to connect the leadership vision to the team's work. To create team purpose. Recorded live on April 27 2023 Joel Bancroft-Connors and Kim Poremski will show in this webinar how practicing better profit sustainability will connect the work of the team to the larger vision of the company, and get your employees motivated again.
There is no silver bullet for measuring Agile performance. If you only count one metric, it is easy to get tunnel vision. Be it the team focusing on just making the metric better (often through gaming the system) or management using the single metric to drive all decisions, you can end up with a product or organization that looks good while it is really driving off a cliff.
Webinar: Applied Frameworks Joel Bancroft-Connors (CST) is joined by Bob Galen (CEC) for an in-depth discussion about the Agile Coach Growth Wheel and what it means to measure yourself as an agile coach.
Webinar: Applied Frameworks Joel Bancroft-Connors (CST) is joined by Rachele Maurer (SPC) for an in-depth discussion that takes a look at Interacting with Scrum Teams from a business Stakeholders Perspective.
For the last four years, I’ve been taking the steps necessary to become a Certified Scrum Trainer. It wasn’t easy. And I couldn’t have done it without making the Personal Retrospective central to the process.
In the last decade, the Five Whys technique has become standard Agile practice. The technique can lead to unintended consequences, however, so we're proposing an alternative: Five Whats.