The sprint review is a vital part of agile project management's inspect and adapt cycle. Together with the sprint retrospective they form the core feedback loop between the sprints. The sprint review meeting has two goals: for the team to demonstrate what they have completed and to gather feedback for …Read More »
Product Ownership in a nutshell
Henrik Kniberg explains in 15 minutes the pivotal role a Product Owner plays in an Agile team.
Limits of Carrot & Sticks Management
Dan Pink talks about how traditional carrot and sticks management has reached its limits. Today’s information society that requires creativity to solve problems call for a new way of management.
Scrum explained in 10 minutes
Agile coaches and Scrum Masters need a quick, yet concise way to explain Scrum to their stakeholders. This includes, in particular, senior management. Lyssa Adkins explains in 10 short minutes the important details and all that matters about the project management framework.
What Drives People
Watch this awesome video from Daniel Pink, explaining what motivates and drives people including you and me. Surprisingly, the after a certain threshold is reached, it is no longer money that drives people. Instead, other – slightly more intangible factors – such as Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose.
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Agile project management is, at its heart, an inspect and adapt approach. This means that agile processes don't just encourage but require you to regularly stop what you are doing, assess where you currently are and find ways to improve the rest of your journey towards the project goal. The last …Read More »
The daily scrum meeting is a quick daily meeting that helps the development team members organize their day. During the daily scrum, team members make three statements:
Yesterday, I completed…
Today, I will…
The things blocking my progress are…
It's a powerful tool that keeps your project moving. At the same, it is also …Read More »