In May 2019’s newsletter
The Scrum Mythbusters is back, this time busting the myth that the Product Backlog is maintained exclusively by the Product Owner.
Tanner Wortham considers whether the way we typically predict may be doing more harm than good. To help, he introduces the concept of the Last Responsible Moment and considers the benefit and challenge of introducing range estimates.
Uniquely Tim McMahon applies the seven lean wastes of manufacturing to the office environment to identify improvement opportunities. He argues that doing so will make businesses more productive, and much better places to work.
The Corporate Rebels introduces us to eight inspirational movements that are changing the future of work. Such movements include Network of Teams, Distributed Authority and Experiment & Adapt. For each movement, they provide case study references.
In a thought-provoking article, Jem Djelal tells a tale describing the struggle between being motivated by pay versus the need to push-back against an impossible assignment.
Finally, gapingvoid describes the dangers of considering marketing as an afterthought. They argue marketing should be as significant as product development and integral to innovation.