In September 2020’s newsletter
Erich Bühler provides techniques and social/scientific foundations to help organizations deal with highly distributed environments.
Cynefin is a tool that doesn’t “do” anything states Lou Hayes, Jr. Rather, it’s a tool for seeing, awareness, sense-making, and orienting.
Christoph Roser writes that most lean projects in the Western world fail not because they do not have some detailed tool, but because the Plan-Do-Check-Act is neglected.
Through years of research, Zombie Scrum Resistance explains the four key areas for healthy scrum, including addressing no desire for contact with the outside world.
Jeff Gothelf explains the basics of OKRs, stating that the key to making them work starts by writing them correctly.
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