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Scaling the team - Part one


 


No, this post is not about increasing the size of your development team, but about how to establish some measurements in your team - typically during the retrospectives, but not only - to support continuous improvement: let's talk about Solution Focused Scales.


I already discussed this technique in my Solution Focus presentation, but listening to how people use this information, I realised I did not stress a few details that are actually quite important for a proper implementation of the technique.


Geschrieben von Pierluigi Pugliese am 24.02.2013 - 18:42
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Fehler und Fehlerkultur


Sven Tiffe hielt beim letzten AgileTuesday, unserem Münchner Scrum-Stammtisch einen sehr interessanten Vortrag über die Rolle der Kultur, oder wie er sagte, der Haltung bei Google.

Interessant ist die Fehlerkultur, die bei Google zum Erfolg beigetragen hat - und was man daraus lernen kann.



Geschrieben von Christoph Mathis am 19.02.2013 - 18:58

There is no resistance in coaching


One of the concepts I hear many colleague agile coaches talking about is the concept of "resistance" of the client. Typical sentences are "he is resisting the agile transition" or "I talked to her about X and she resisted the proposals I made". Now here's one thing that is important to consider: there is no such thing as resistance, there is just bad communication!


Geschrieben von Pierluigi Pugliese am 18.02.2013 - 20:06

The best way to coach a team is...


…to coach its individuals one-to-one!


Contradiction? Well, some time ago I thought so as well, but…


Over the last years I had a few clients where, because of some constraints in the setting I was working with, I needed to "speed up" with the coaching program and "deliver" a high-performance team faster than I usually did.


Geschrieben von Pierluigi Pugliese am 10.02.2013 - 23:24

Agile mythology?


Last November I presented at the Deutsche Scrum the first version of my new presentation "Debunking Agile Myths". The core message of the presentation was to show that many of the things we believe in the world of agile are based on… ehm… nothing, actually!


Geschrieben von Pierluigi Pugliese am 04.02.2013 - 08:00

Motivation: cause or effect?


In a conversation during the last agile coach camp Germany I was reminded of something I see often in agility: motivational interventions. Most, if not all, agile coaches use them in one form or another: a workshop moderated with a pot of energy on their side, a training where the reasons why agile is what it is are many times evangelistically explained with the goal of inspiring the participants, various games where motivation is either the goal itself or at least an important by-product.



Geschrieben von Pierluigi Pugliese am 28.01.2013 - 16:37
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Mäxle Coding Dojo


Diesmal ging es allerdings nicht um schönen Code, nicht um Tests, nicht um kleine Schritte oder Refactorings..diesmal ging es ums...zocken!



Geschrieben von Sebastian Heglmeier am 25.01.2013 - 16:35

Core Culture auf dem Agile Tuesday


Dieter Bertsch und Sacha Storz stellten beim letzten Agile Tuesday das Thema "Core Culture" vor.


Geschrieben von Angelika Drach am 18.01.2013 - 15:09

Speed Learning - Scala in 4 Stunden. Ein Experiment auf den XPDays 2012


Es ist schon ein ambitionierter Titel, den Daniel Zappold und ich uns da ausgedacht haben.


Die Idee für die Session:


Geschrieben von Christoph Mathis am 07.12.2012 - 11:49

Deutsche Scrum 2012


Vom 15.-16. November fand die Deutsche Scrum 2012 statt. Gastgeber war diesmal die Deutsche Telekom in Darmstadt.


Für mich war die Veranstaltung ein besonderer Höhepunkt mit viel guter Energie und neuen Erkenntnissen - alles in allem ein gelungener Event, inspirierend und mit viel Networking. Vielen Dank an unseren diesjährigen Gastgeber Deutsche Telekom.


Geschrieben von Angelika Drach am 20.11.2012 - 11:24

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