Become an Influential Agile Leader, Toronto and Edinburgh

Are you transitioning to agile? Is it going well? If it your transition is going well, excellent. I’m happy for you. But if you are like many of the leaders across the organization I’ve met, you have plenty of problems. Sometimes you have a problem as this colleague said, Right now we’re really struggling with …

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Learning Through Simulation

In June, I taught PSL with Esther and Jerry. We had a blast. So did the participants. Part of why PSL is so much fun is that we use simulations. With a simulation, you create a safe environment in which people can experiment with learning a new skill or seeing how they operate. There are …

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The Simplest Thing That Could Work

After I returned home from the Sweden PSL, I had a cold, and then have been redesigning simulations for my upcoming (tomorrow!) customized project management workshop. At PSL, we invoked one idea repeatedly: the zeroth solution. The zeroth solution is the simplest thing that could work. So, if you need a simulation for a workshop, …

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Announcement: PSL Mar 22-27, 2009 Albuquerque, NM

Esther, Jerry, and I are leading another PSL in Albuquerque, NM March 22-27, 2009. If you’ve been thinking of participating, this is the time to sign up. Contact me if you have questions, or to sign up. We would love to have you join us.

PSL Podcast, Part 2 Posted

I finally finished editing the second part of the PSL podcast. You can find it here. We have only two registrations available for PSL in Sweden left. Take a look at the information page if you think you’d like to participate.