Thursday 21 January 2010

Weekly agile links 25-29 Jan 2010

This week I will begin with my quote of the week. And it comes from Alvin Toffler who says that: "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn". Feels about right, doesn't it?

My link of the week this week goes to Unlearn Your MBA Podcast with David Heinemeier Hansson (of 37 signals)

Here are all my agile links this week:

Sum Up Your Leadership in Six Words This one sounded interesting and in fact the entire blog of John Baldoni is worth reading!

Agile Toolkit podcast Plenty of interesting topics there!

John D.C. Little and Stephen C. Graves - Little's Law about metrics.

Are We Agile Yet? Bob Maksimchuk on big boss attitude towards becoming agile.

Version One;s Agile Salary Results Time to look at the job boards or to keep quiet? ;)

How to Foster A Culture of Innovation - Moving Beyond Pull Systems Requires a Culture of Innovation says Ryan Martens

[link of the week]
Unlearn Your MBA Podcast with David Heinemeier Hansson (of 37 signals)

New to Agile? Want to know which tool to use? Blog post by Alan Kelly that recommend avoiding tools

Go-Givers Sell More: Free Introduction and Chapter 1 from Bob Burg and John David Mann's book. Very interesting read by the looks of it!

The Necessary Conditions for Behavior Change - Ken Nowack on Change

Interview on Daily Stand-ups - Henrik Larsson interviewing Jason Yip (Thoughtworks)

Non-Functional Requirements: do user stories really help? A video with Rachel Davis

The heart of Lean - "Thinking for yourself in your context" - extremely good read spreading lean wisdom and coming directly from Toyota and the TPS.

The ScrumMaster Diaries: #3 – Becoming a CSM great post highlighting important issues about by "Agile Bob"

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