In May 2020’s newsletter
Scrum is not agile states Tanner Wortham. He says that Scrum isn’t inherently agile, and describes Scrum as a mechanism that’s meant to mimic the agile mindset.
Josh Seiden, the author of Outcomes over Output, describes 7 tips for great online workshops such as consider hiring a pro.
There’s academic research news revealing that failure contains useful information and that people’s unwillingness to share failure prevents the sharing of this information.
Continuing the theme on failure, Seth Godin states that when failure happens, despite doing our best, it isn’t our best forever, it’s just our best done so far.
Christiaan Verwijs introduces the Stakeholder Distance Metric as a technique useful for when teams need to work more closely with stakeholders and create greater transparency.
Mike Burrows describes how outcome-orientated change and continuous transformation can be achieved. He writes about an approach which is more fitting than the traditional target-state approach.
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