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Amplify learning in your team with double-loop learning advises The Liberators. It’s a technique that modifies decision-making rules in the light of experience.
Amogh Sarda writes that the rules that help make good improv comedy can surprisingly help make a good product too.
In On Trojan Mice, Harold Jarche advocates for small change initiatives that do not require the coordinated effort of something like a Trojan Horse.
The backbriefing technique, explains Karl Scotland, is as much about improving leadership’s communication, as it is about improving the team’s understanding.
Sebastian Straube provides guidance on creating meaningful personas for product management – personas that are outcome-focused.
For their inaugural publication in The Agilist, Comic Agilé features a comic strip on team self-management.