Agile Thinking and Guidance

Group Relations Theory and Practice

October 24, 2009  |   Posted by :   |   Agile,AgileBoston,Group Relations,Scrum   |   0 Comment»



This is a note regarding my strong interest in focusing the attention of the Agile/Scrum community towards Group Relations theory, practice and conferences. I believe if enough agile/Scrum leaders simply do some preparation and actually attend a Group Relations conference, we can advance the agile/Scrum work. This is achieveable by raising awareness of how we act and react in often completely ...

Boundary. Authority. Role. Task.

April 27, 2009  |   Posted by :   |   Agile   |   0 Comment»



Scrum defines these items in clear terms. Each Role is clearly defined. Boundaries are clearly defined. Tasks are clearly defined. The Authority granted each Role and Task is clear. Fuzzy definitions for “BART” properties leads to all sorts of waste. It is no accident Scrum is clear on these items. In the military, when BART definitions are unclear, people can and do DIE. In business, when BART ...

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