In his foreword of the book “Management 3.0” by Jurgen Appelo, Robert C. Martin wrote that he hates management books, but “this book is smart”. I think that this book might be smart because Jurgen is smart.
The business world is often dominated by extroverted personalities, but that doesn’t mean introverted leaders can’t be incredibly effective and impactful. As a ScrumMaster, being introverted actually comes with a plethora of advantages. While it can be challenging to lead a Scrum team when you’re not naturally outgoing, these tips can help you become the leader your team wants to follow!
This presentation discusses how to do portfolio planning and prioritization at scale based on experiences within one of the largest banks in The Netherlands. It presents practices that have been developed, shows examples and explains how to plan for short term (< 3 months) and longer term.
It is ironic to start reading a book about a new Agile approach and to find the following quote in it: “The explosion of “branded” agile methods has resulted in a jargon-filled confusion of siloed tribes made up of uncollaborative zealots. — Mark Kennaley, Author SDLC 3.0”
The Manage Agile conference is an event taking place in Berlin that focused on Agile project management approaches. It is divided into two workshop days and two conference days. This conference focuses on management topics and is a networking platform where specialists and managers compare notes yearly to establish Agile topics not only in software engineering but also in the whole company up to the management. Most of the talks are in German, but there are also a lot of talks in English.
This presentation invites you to discover what Agile Leadership can be, by giving you concrete keys to open a three dimension perspectives : inner leadership, co-leadership and leadership as a service.
Identifying early trends within organizations is critical for maintaining organizational health. Agile Retrospectives and Pulse Surveys, supported by user-friendly platforms like TeleRetro, make tracking these changes efficient and timely. This article illustrates how TeleRetro enhances your Agile methodology, offering insight into the practical, user-friendly, and time-saving features that one should look out for when choosing the right tool for your organization.