Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Weekly agile links 9th - 13th August 2010

Agile coaching tips: make the planning poker easier and more visual Jean Claude GROSJEAN of Valtech gives us some tips to improve planning poker estimation.

Should we adjust the time box in Scrum? Some reasoning to help explaining why the answer is no.

Kotter’s 8-Step Change Model A step by step guide to J. Kotter's change model (from his book 'leading change')

Little's Law explained and with examples. good find.

Facilitation activities A list of facilitation methods. Perhaps more than you can read in a year!

The World of Work Will Witness 10 Changes During the Next 10 Years according to Gartner “Work will become less routine, characterized by increased volatility, hyperconnectedness, 'swarming' and more”.. very agile-ish, collaborative culture-ish as well

Output-Based Agreements: assuring the customer that agile delivers Grant Rule's notes from his 5 min talk at NonAgile2010

Why Not to Focus on a Company’s Culture Alan Shalloway with some thoughts based on the book Creating A Lean Culture: Tools To Sustain Lean Conversions by David Mann

That’s the trouble with targets Glyn Lumley has not featured for some time but here he is again with some useful explanation about the issues with targets.

Becoming an Effective Coach I recently found this wiki and am posting a link to one of the first articles I've read there.

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