After years of training it is clear to me that many people do much better with pictures than they do with text. I myself am a visual learner, which is why in my presentations I shun bullet points in favor of graphics that help most people understand and retain the concepts.… Read more
In previous blogs I introduced the concept of antifragile with a focus on how antifragility helps us deal with risks during agile development. I also blogged about how having flexible scope makes us antifragile. In this post, I explain why limiting work in process (WiP) and… Read more
Most every week I am out training or coaching with one or two companies around the world. So, I am exposed to how many different companies are applying agile development – sometimes successfully, other times not so much.
Since my clients know that I visit many different… Read more