How to Improve or Change a Practice

How to Improve or Change a Practice

The Scrum Guide tells us that its roles, events, artifacts, and rules are immutable. This is fine if you want to ensure you are doing Scrum. Scrum is based on the philosophy that following its roles, events, artifacts, and rules will facilitate Agile. While this is...
How to Improve or Change a Practice

Go to base 3 (at least) thinking

At a conference years ago Don Reinertsen and I were watching from the back of the room and sometimes making private comments about the presentations. At one point it was clear that there was a pattern of “this or that” – mostly relating to flow or...
How to Improve or Change a Practice

Are you attending to their “listening”?

I was introduced to the term “one’s listening” by Dr. Fernando Flores in the 80s. This “listening” is what’s going on in a person’s head when they listen or read. You’re experiencing this now, likely asking yourself “what the hell is he talking...
Supplemental Articles

Supplemental Articles

This page contains supplemental articles for the Amplio@Teams: The Path to Effective Lean-Agile Teams. Individual articles of Interest Why Lean-Agile Should Be More Predictable Than Waterfall  Waterfall Is Never the Right Approach Collections of LinkedIn Posts of...