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My column, Roll Your Own, about how to organize for teamwork for a geographically distributed agile project team is up. Please leave comments there. Enjoy! Oh, and I am just about to send the logistics email for our workshop next … Continue reading
I have another management myth column posted over at Techwell: Management Myth #2: Only ‘The Expert’ Can Perform This Work. What do you think? Please comment over there.
I have an article posted at Techwell, Management Myth #1: The Myth of 100% Utilization. This myth has always been a problem. It’s even more of a problem now as more organizations transition to agile. People need time to think. … Continue reading
Edit Those Epics: Stories Don’t Span Iterations was posted on Techwell, the new site of Stickyminds.com. Yes, I will have to figure out how to change my tags/categories. Please do leave comments over there, I will be responding.
I’ve been writing through my travels. Today, Stickyminds published Not Ready for Agile? Start Your Journey with Release Trains. In February, Gantthead.com published Timebox or Kanban: A False Dichotomy. I would have let you know, but I was traveling and … Continue reading
My Gantthead.com column has been up for a couple of weeks, but I was too busy traveling to notice :-(. The Silent Project Killer column is up. Enjoy!