In July 2018’s newsletter
Following last issue’s Scrum Mythbuster, Christiaan Verwijs & Barry Overeem bust the myth that the Product Owner is a proxy for stakeholders.
A competition from RiverGlide to nominate a friend or colleague to receive a three-month subscription to The Agilist.
Further coverage from London Lean Kanban Days 2018 conference, focusing on Mike Burrow’s Inverting the Pyramid keynote.
In part 3 of her infographic series, Virpi Oinonen illustrates why organisations have to change to respond to the rise of complexity.
Adrian Stalham writes about the passiveness of the traditional PMO, and how the function should change its purpose to focus on maximising the flow of valuable work for their organisation.
Simon Gibbs introduces a technique that allows teams to categorise, estimate and order backlog items collaboratively and speedily, which allows them to quickly forecast delivery milestones.
Lastly, Eoin McCarthy talks about how we handle difficult conversations and the role of humility and the notion of differing world-views.