1) Flashcard — “Scrum” – 5 mins
2) Scrum Framework — 40 mins
3) Tool: JIRA — 15 mins
Check out The Power of Business Scenarios for Digital Transformation by JD Meier. Here is an excerpt:
I wrote a new post, fresh off the press, on how to use Business Scenarios to drive Digital Transformation the Agile way:
The Power of Business Scenarios for Digital Transformation
It’s a serious post that distills a lot of what I’ve learned over the past several years driving Digital…
Check out Individuals and Interactions Thanks to Processes and Tools by Jurgen Appelo. Here is an excerpt:
Let’s agree on something first.
It’s bad when companies expect people to fill out forms that add only bureaucracy and no value. It’s bad when developers use development tools that create more problems than they solve. It’s bad when project managers expect teams to march by the drum of a…
Check out A Strategy Map by Roman Pichler. Here is an excerpt:
Maps are the Foundations on which Adventures are Built
When I was a little boy, I truly loved all things pirate. Even as an adult, I very much enjoyed reading pirate books with my children. One of them even came with a separate little map that could be unfolded to discover a hidden…
Check out Scrum is not an Agile Software Development Framework by . Here is an excerpt:
People have been telling me for years that Scrum is not an Agile Software Development Framework. I should have paid more attention. It’s still good stuff, though.
Check out Self-serve data platform by . Here is an excerpt:
One of the main concerns of distributing the ownership of data to the
domains is the duplicated effort and skills required to operate the data
pipelines technology stack and infrastructure in each domain. Luckily,
building common infrastructure as a platform is a well…
Check out Keeping project momentum between status meetings by Proggio. Here is an excerpt:
For project managers, status meetings are a critical tool for greater success. The more complicated the project, the more critical the status meetings become. And projects that have increased number of stakeholders should have increased attendance to really leverage the meeting.
Check out Responsible Mistake-Making: You Suck Before You Shine by Dan Rockwell. Here is an excerpt:
Lying isn’t a responsible mistake but missing a deadline might be. Catastrophic mistakes spring from character flaws and irresponsibility. It’s a disaster when you lie or cheat. But skill-development REQUIRES responsible mistake-making. Responsible… Continue reading