In February 2018’s newsletter
- Article from Wim van Baaren on why user stories aren’t one-liners.
- Christiaan Verwijs & Barry Overeem busts a myth on whether the scrum master must be present during the daily scrum.
- Kamlesh Ravlani tells us about the six benefits of a good user story.
- The Hoshin Kanri Lean technique is introduced by Alex Novkov and tells us about three mistakes which get in its way
- There’s part 3 of the introduction to Wardley Mapping from the man himself, Simon Wardley
- And finally, we have the first article from the Corporate Rebels who caution on how the drive for happiness can have detrimental effects at work.