Monthly Archives: April 2010
How do you foster, grow and facilitate innovation? It’s a question that plaques many but few have found the answer. We appear at work at 8 and leave before 17, so that we don’t exceed the golden constant pace of 80% of our performance. But how can one feel free to innovate within such a
I am yellow :-) Not very surprising though as I consider my self quite an extrovert person. This one day training was a good one and it revealed couple of interesting insights of myself at work. Although it is based on my own perception of myself at work I found wisdom in it. It was
Within last week I have seen more sprint cancellations than ever before :) It’s a good thing. Canceling a sprint is responding to change. If things change enough you need to adjust and what a better way than starting all over. We may have some problems because we have to synchronize our sprints with so
I am now starting to feel normal after all the traveling. The training went extremely well and I think we left a positive mark and enhanced their trust in Scrum as a process. With live examples from their own problem domain we were able to assure them that Scrum can and will work for them
It’s already day two of our training. After surviving the jet lag (at least I am hoping I have survived) and a good night sleep the first day seems to be a success. On day one we went through Scrum as a process on a more theoretical level. We had quite many exercises and as
Heading to bed, taxi to airport leaves in 6 hours. I’m so excited :-). I just hope my luggage clears Charles De Gaulle airport so that I have clothes when I arrive in Kuala Lumpur. I’ll try to update my blog with my feelings during my stay in KL. Stay tuned!
It will be different, it will be an experience! Scan-Agile 2010 will offer something new that will overwhelm you.
Darn. My pet project got delayed. Mainly for two reasons. I got the flu (responsible employees get sick only on holidays) and our dog is suffering from diarrhea. That means I have spent majority of my time taking care of the dog and cleaning after her. Well, I will continue someday and will keep you