In November 2019’s newsletter
Don’t ask forgiveness, radiate intent says Elizabeth Ayer. Begging forgiveness isn’t for Elizabeth. She prefers to shout her intent from the rooftops, loudly enough so that the people on the next continent can hear.
Pavel Naydenov compares SLA and WIP limits in Kanban. He explains applying both will help you decrease the average cycle time and react much faster to requests.
In The Myth of Commoditized Excellence Barry Hawkins explains how well-intended new ideas so often evolve into movements that seem to lose their way, and at times do more harm than good.
Using the legend of Gordian Knot, gapingvoid talks about the significance of culture and explains how knowing what is allowed affects how we go about solving problems.
When it comes to measuring agile transition progress, Michael Küsters says metrics can’t replace common sense, but what’s worse, they can. Michael provides guidance to overcome the quandary.